27/03/2006

Marie-Ange Tillieux

Marie-Ange Tillieux


She was mainly trained in ateliers and worked for years before exhibiting her works. She presents now her personal views of the sea.

No vessel, no shore or coast with buildings around, just the sea in itself, the permanent move of the tides and the sun on the top of water.
There is some wind but no tempest.

Sometimes one can see rocks just at the water level, it seems they are part of some island or continent around but this is never explained.

Grey light of the North Sea or Blue line of far away oceans with sandy spots on the top of the waves, the sea is here alone, it is the only possible issue to some dream.

One can think about sailor’s stories, legends from all over the planet, the true realm of water.

She is working with acrylic colours allowed the artist to paint quickly and catch any bit pf inspiration passing by.

There is plenty of light, the special light of holidays and happiness, the light that suggests to discover something somewhere.

It is probably something people will never try to do but the suggestion to leave everything and go far away is there.

Marie-Ange Tillieux is looking at the top of the waves and she paints in a way rather close to abstraction but still figurative at the same time.

She is in search of the exact shade and so the oceanic adventure becomes a painting adventure allowing the visitor to step out of the time at the right moment he looks at the canvas.

Anita NARDON

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