Sylvie was born in France where she studied Textile Design at the School of Applied Arts in Lyon. Always passionate about books, newspapers and illustrated magazines, after graduating she started working as a freelance illustrator. She prefers working with the monotype technique, but she also likes to explore other techniques such as etching and silkscreen. She participated in group expositions such as “Ilustrarte” (Lisbon, Portugal) and “I colori del Sacro” (Padova, Italy) among others. She won the Critics Award organized by the “Tapirulan” Association (Cremona, Italy) November 2015 . Sylvie also developed a passion for education through art and collaborated with Magazine XXI and Rai Educational. She is currently working on her first didactic book for children, which will be published in Italy. Her drawings are whimsical and profound, with a sensibility for everyday settings; this is what she says about her work:
"What I want is to create an emotion, to take the viewer to the edge of my pencil and bring them to other realities." To see more of her work, visit: http://sylviebello.blogspot.com
One can almost "see" the artist drawing this picture. The pencil strokes, the colors, the expression of the two man, everything is in their exact...View full product details
This artwork is full of textures and tones. The different dresses' fabric patterns and the colors of the people behind the dancers add a sense...View full product details
This piece by Sylvie Bello evokes Gustave Flaubert's Phrase: “I tried to discover, in the rumor of forests and waves, words that other men could...View full product details
In this piece Sylvie Bello experiments with space an time. The viewer perceives everything that's going on at the same time: the people walking in...View full product details
This artwork evokes this phrase by Austrian writer Rainer Maria Rilke: “May what I do flow from me like a river, no forcing and no...View full product details
“Odors have a power of persuasion stronger than that of words, appearances, emotions, or will. The persuasive power of an odor cannot be fended off,...View full product details
In this limited edition print Sylvie Bello transmits a sense of familiarity, as if we, the viewers, are there, in the picture, listening to the...View full product details
The end of winter by Sylvie Bello. Size: MEDIUM 12 x 16 inches (30,3 x 40,5 cm.) Giclée print of an original in monotype. Each print in this series of 10, comes with...View full product details
The lights, the chairs, the red boots. There is a story of familiarity, of being part of a community in this piece. Which of the...View full product details
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