The artistic techniques of the French artist Véronique Paquereau are mixed, eclectic and individual. Combining oil painting, watercolour and collages of various materials, alternating with canvas or wood supports, the artist offers a range of colour palettes and formats, from round to rectangular and square to diversify her creative territory as much as possible.
At first, silhouettes lying down without a face populate her compositions that have pastel shades and romantic allures. Then, progressively, expressions emerge on the curved heads, as if they have been photographed in the middle of a moment of grace and extreme emotion.
Landscapes finally see the light on these little dreamlike windows. Captured to scale of an ensemble or caught in detail, they are available in a range of blue, square, yellow, grey, navy, a life moment, rectangular, canvas-bound, diptych like sheet music or the poem in several sonnets, places, beings, moments that constitute the artist’s intimate memory.