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Rochette Patrice | Contemporary Artist: Artworks & Biography

  • Rochette Patrice | Contemporary Artist: Artworks & Biography
Rochette Patrice
  • France
  • Painter

Art is about suspending time on an emotion.
You don't need to pass the Beaux-Arts to be able to express yourself! This is what Patrice Rochette from Saint-Etienne realized when he decided, as an adult, to finally listen to his artistic sensitivity. In 2009, he started watercolor in evening classes and developed his passion for painting. Over the years, he tried other techniques, such as acrylic, before finally settling on oil painting. He practiced and trained himself as a self-taught artist and today, after more than ten years of practice, still illustrates with talent the landscapes that amaze him.
Passionate about hiking and traveling, Patrice transmits his attraction for the great urban and natural spaces. A keen observer, he captures in his paintings the original atmospheres and moods that emerge from a specific environment. In his works, a landscape or an ordinary panorama becomes an ephemeral snapshot rich in emotions, and sometimes in mysteries. Oil painting allows the artist to depict with accuracy the depth of the scenery: perspectives, reliefs, colors and contrasts. For texture and form, he uses knives, brushes and other objects as needed. Very attached to the importance of light, he emphasizes the chiaroscuro through the play of shadows and effects of transparency or thickness. Through his painting, Patrice reflects a more singular vision of the world and thus encourages us to apprehend it differently.
  • 2012
    Self-taught oil painting
    Lyon, France
  • 2009
    Evening course in watercolor
    Lyon, France
  • 1968
    Saint Etienne, France
(78 Artworks)

78 Artworks

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