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​Amélie Caussade (b. 1982) is a painter and a sculptor now working in Paris, after living in many places around the globe.

Through all her travels and encounters, she develops her attraction for the magic of science and the power of breathing.

She works with oil, bee wax, acrylic, collage.

Her painting concentrates on one principal theme: verticality.

This axis represents, for her, the way to be between the sky and the ground. It's one of the keys to understanding her work, which embodies how trust in life can affect us positively our daily lives.


Portfolio

Amen


Verticality.
​Uprightness.

When someone centers.

A moment of gratitude when one let go, and, like a tree, breaths in the present moment.

Reviving in the modern man this state if conciousness leading to creation ​provoquing a moment of joyfull creativit.

Amen means "I trust".

Then, anything can happen.



La verticalité.

Quand l'homme se centre.

Ce moment de gratitude où il lâche prise et, tel l'arbre, respire au présent.

Ressusciter, chez l'homme moderne, cet état de conscience amenant à la création.

‘Amen’ signifie 'je fais confiance'.

- Alors tout est possible -


Agathe Giraud & Amélie Caussade

Petit rose

2016

30x40 cm

Huile sur châssis

Licht und Liebe

2012

70x100 cm

Huile sur châssis

Amen

2015

38x62 cm

Huile sur bois

Ouverture sur paysage de pluie

2012

81x100 cm

Huile sur châssis

Tout est possible

2015

80x100 cm

Huile sur châssis

Équilibre horizontal

2014

70x100 cm

Huile sur châssis

Force

2016

40x50 cm

Huile sur châssis

Verticalité

2015

46x61 cm

Huile sur châssis

Centrage

2015

46x61 cm

Huile sur châssis

Untitled

40 x 70 cm

Cire et huile sur bois


Ecritures


Shows

A M É L I E C A U S S A D E

A M E N

OPENING RECEPTION : SEPTEMBER 29, 2016 FROM 6PM
THE SHOW WILL RUN FROM SEPTEMBER 30 TO OCTOBER, 2016
with the support of Cohen & Schwartz Gallery (Tel Aviv)

ONE STEP GALLERY
79 RUE CHARLOT, 75003 PARIS

Petit rose, 2016, 40x30 cm, Oil on canvas


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