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Carole Ledoux

Des Sans-Faces au Marché de Mumbai (2020)

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Several sizes available
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Several supports available (Fine art paper, Metal Print, Canvas Print)
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Framing available (Floating Frame + Under Glass, Frame + Under Acrylic Glass)
Creatively and digitaly modified photography representing (Sans-Faces) characters in the city of Mumbai. About this artwork: Classification, Techniques & Styles Surrealism Founded...
Creatively and digitaly modified photography representing (Sans-Faces) characters in the city of Mumbai.

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Carole Ledoux, born in Quebec (Canada) in the 60s. Daughter of a draftman whose of creativity was limitless. As soon as she was old enough to hold a pencil in her little child’s hand, she devoted herself to...

Carole Ledoux, born in Quebec (Canada) in the 60s. Daughter of a draftman whose of creativity was limitless. As soon as she was old enough to hold a pencil in her little child’s hand, she devoted herself to drawing and appropriated the world of color with talent. At home under the watchful eye of her father, she learned to perfect her art of drawing. Progressing rapidly, she brilliantly reproduced, using her colored pencils, works by Picasso which inspired her which were exhibited in her school and then disappeared without leaving any traces.

 

Around the age of 13, she received an oil painting kit from an aunt as a gift. This passion lasted for 30 years and then progressed to encaustic art for a few more years. Wishing to experiment with another means of expression, she switched to photography to capture these very specific moments that would captivate her attention for several years.

 

Pandemic obliges, it is the right moment to take another artistic direction. For her greatest pleasure, she manipulates the images with the help of computer programs, creating digital artwork arousing the imaginary world with new shapes and colors that are sometimes soft or sometimes vibrant.

 

Today, her desire is to share this passion with you and to allow her works to become a carrier of happiness.

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Several sizes
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Several sizes
Prints
Several sizes
Prints
Several sizes
Prints

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