Artist: Emilie Heurtevent
Title: 'Landscape #15'
Materials: acrylic paint and acrylic ink on stretched canvas
Dimensions: 91 (h) x 182 (w) x 3 (d) cm / 36 (h) x 72 (w) 1.2 (d) nches
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Emilie Heurtevent 'Landscape #15'
Emilie Heurtevent was born in Paris in 1986 and lives and works in Melbourne, Australia. Heurtevent studied history of art and calligraphy at Sorbonne University, Paris, graduating with a Master’s Degree in 2009.
Emilie Heurtevent’s painting-based practice combines an interest in landscape, the sublime and the natural life cycle of decay and renewal, concerns she describes as classical in tone in their relation to classical creation stories, such as that of Gaia (Mother Earth) in Greek mythology. Water is a recurring motif and her work often takes as its starting point the pictorial possibilities of the changing weather: darkening storms, wild squalls, the angle of driving rain, the vastness of a storm cloud. As in nature, her practice embraces change as essential to growth, a view reinforced by the often primeval restless energy in her sometimes calm sometimes explosive depictions of air, water and earth, elements which, although life-giving, can also be destructive.
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