Art frame made by French artist Garance Valleé (1993) for HKliving. HKliving has issued a free assignment with the theme “movement” to four different artists. The artists have given their interpretation of “movement” in their art work, not bound to use of colour nor material. This art work is Garance Valleé’s interpretation of “movement”. The art work is set in a oak wooden passe-partout frame.
With her parents as her first source of inspiration, architect and illustrator Garance Vallée (1993) knew from a young age that art & architecture would be her calling. Daily inspired by the world around her, Vallee -now based in Paris- created this colourful and well balanced wallpainting. As she describes it: “The relation between bright colours and waving lines makes the composition vibrate.”
Length 49 cm x width 2,5 cm x height 69 cm
Materiaal: Oak/ glass/ paper/ linen