Gaëlle Chotard draws landscapes, the feeling of strata, faults. She tries to blend into the space of the sheet of paper or the wall, to experience this almost disappearance facing the immensity while going into the depths to reach a density in the weft. Impregnated with the drawings of Victor Hugo and Gaspard Friedrich, new colors become essentials: sepia, bistre, sanguine, Sienna. Sometimes the color intensifies, between red and blue, revealing breakthroughs in water, sky, fire, blood, rust and light.
Gaëlle Chotard (FOCUS)