Read about Karine Boulanger
Karine Boulanger’s work is informed by various influences. With parents that were involved in the arts, Karine was exposed since her childhood to visits to galleries and museums. It was in her twenties when she decided that she would take up art as a profession. She traveled to Bolivia and studied there under the tutelage of Gonzalo Rodriguez, and then she went back to France to study at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts under Leonardo Cremonini. Her work is influenced by the baroque, byzantine, and figurative. Her rendering of the real becomes abstract, with a mixture of materials like oil paint and gold and silver leaf, her works are filled with texture and light.
Celeste Sombra, Ramo de Palomas
Paloma Suspendida Sobre el Vertigo
Recordaron Otra Selva, Otro Jardin, Otro Paraiso
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