Floh | Contemporary Artist: Artworks & Biography

  • Floh | Contemporary Artist: Artworks & Biography
  • France
  • Sculptor

The only emotion art has is imagination.
Floh, a self-taught artist, painter, sculptor and visual artist, was born in Beauvais in 1964. Her passion for drawing and painting stems from her adolescence and her admiration for Deymonaz's paintings, Cézanne and Matisse. However, his professional career turns to research in microelectronics but the artistic virus does not leave it. For thirty years, his technique will constantly be perfected by inspiring and observing artists in Paris, in the Province to then turn to the figurative. Always in search of new materials, she then transports her painting on her sculptures which allow her to live from her passion.
Through her colorful works borrowed from the world of cartoons, she reinterprets the joy of childhood with humor from a societal perspective. His sculptures, Shadoks' false airs, these characters of plump appearances with long legs and small wings, leave no one unmoved by their originality, colors and expression. Originality found in the mix of different materials used: resin, steel, fiberglass, carbon, concrete, etc. His works, unique in both technique and form, are made in the artist's studio, near Aix en Provence, where their creative process is total: sculpture, sanding, painting ... A performance and a limitless creative power that therefore reaches a wide audience and now more and more professionals.
  • 2016
    Participation in the International Contemporary Art Fair
    Marseilles, France
  • 2012
    Duo exhibition at the Moulin de Cézanne
    Le Tholonet, France
  • 2011
    Exhibition at the Monte Olivetto gallery
    Nice, France
  • 1964
    Beauvais, France
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