Anne Commet paints big landscapes and abstract territories. She decided to give up on doing figurative paintings as she feels more interested in textures, colours : the surface's complexity on the canva. Her work is about our intuitive perception experimented while looking at the artwork and its evocative power.
The painting’s layers, the prints and the textures are placed on top of each other in a continuous process of construction and erasement.
The explosion of colours, the abundance and the accumulation of prints aim to create a visual tension.
More than shapes and pictorial elements, it is a profound engagement with materials and colours expressed and felt by our unwareness. Into her practice, Anne Commet proposes a personal and vibrating representation of the colour and space.
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Born in 1970 in France
- Faculté d'Arts Plastiques, Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne, atelier Olivier Long
- Etudes d'art et de peinture à Stow High (USA-OHIO)