Piece description from the artist
Triumph is a part of the "Sentiments in Color" Series.
Striking a harmony between intention and spontaneity, this series depicts an abstract reflection of the balance within our lives. Different styles of strokes represent an artistic oscillation between what I’m feeling versus thinking during the creative process. Throughout layering of paint, a color palette organically develops in a visual conversation between color space and form.
While we all strive for balance in our lives, in many forms, I intend to capture the very essence of it aesthetically complete. A viewer may experience balance, then, no matter what takes place outside the art itself. During the development of every piece, I rotate the canvas on all sides for a fresh perspective. I ask viewers take part in this experience and hang the work in multiple orientations to elicit a different response and see where their eyes newly gravitate.
Clementine currently lives and works in New York City. Her work has been exhibited internationally from Brussels, London, Milan, to Miami, New York City and the Hamptons. In 2007, her earliest exhibition was accompanied by her first live auction sale; an event sponsored by the late Robert Rauschenberg. Her multidisciplinary approach to art results from an expansive academic background, holding a B.A. from Boston College with further studies at Harvard University and Parsons School of Design. In 2016, she was recognized by World Art Dubai’s Emerging Artist Award as among the best of 2016 international emerging talent.