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 place and time. The vibrant and cheerful colors of the man's shirt, his friend eating his lunch in the train station, the people in the background: everything is frozen for us to see, for our delight. Even the clock stopped at 12:10 in terminal 2.
by Sylvie Bello. Size: MEDIUM 8 x 10 inches
(20,3 x 25,4 cm.) Giclée print
of an original in monotype
. Each print in this series of 25
, comes with a certificate of authenticity, numbered and signed by the artist with the date of printing. While all prints come unframed, they all fit standard frame sizes and standard pre-cut mat sizes (read: you won’t ever need to pay for pricey custom framing).
Categories: Drawing. Pencil. Monotype. French artist.
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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 numerous group exhibitions. Sylvie also developed a passion for education through art. 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."
Keywords: drawing, pencil drawing, fine art, paintings, illustration. French artist.
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