Musetouch Visual Arts Magazine

MiraBelle Murielle Velay Michel – Nude as an evidence

“Originally, each of my watercolor starts with an encounter, a movement, a soft curve. Then, follows a quick preparative drawing. My purpose is not to draw, but to jump in the imaginary, play with the paper weight, the pigments and the magic of water. My work is figurative but I try to suggest and abolish intermediaries between feelings and their perception. the background of my watercolors, implement the whim of the fusion of pigments and water, such like a mysterious wave that mix forward the model. I try to hide the outline of my creations to melt pigments, water and the subject itself. The “white” of the paper and its “grain” are also factors to be full of the composition to which they bring light and space.”

MiraBelle Murielle Velay Michel

See more about this beautiful artist and her art in the new edition of Musetouch visual arts magazine…

 

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