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Passionartly.com enlighten Reims, CHAMPAGNE
Among all the talented women selected to compete in the Economy Women's Trophies this year was
rewarded for her dynamism and innovation within the regional economic fabric
and her exemplary professional career.
Aude-Alexandra Beaton, EMBA, Founder of Passionartly.com is a winner
of the silver award Promising Women Entrepreneur.
Passionartly.com and Aude-Alexandra Beaton, EMBA proud to receive a prize
Winner of the silver trophy category Promising leader
“Few things are impossible to diligence and skill. Great works are performed not by strength, but by perseverance.” ― Samuel Johnson
Aude-Alexandra Beaton, EMBA Winner of the silver trophy in the category Promising Female Entrepreneur Award for the Grand East Trophy, she has attended the 4th edition of "Les Femmes de L'Economie" June 20th at Hotel de Ville de Reims , France
The winners were revealed to more than 200 guests, making up the economic environement of the region.
Some of the most sparkling women of the Grand Est region in Reims, Champagne the 4th Trophies of Women in Economy ceremony organized in the Greater East, and chaired this year by Marie-Jo Zimmermann, Sponsor of the event.
MRS BEATON IS THE FOUNDER AND MANAGER OF PASSIONARTLY.COM
INTERNATIONAL ONLINE ART GALLERY
"I keep a general view of things and believe that what really matters remains within detail;
this for lasting results in all my "aiming-higher" actions.
says Aude-Alexandra Beaton, EMBA as "Lauréate" in the category Promising Female Entrepreneur Award
for the Grand East Trophy Alsace Lorraine Sarre, @ 4th edition of "Les Femmes de L'Economie" @Reims , France
Mrs Beaton is the founder and Manager @Passionartly.com international Online Art Gallery. She is also an experienced Manager - Admin & Finance Expert with strong interpersonal, communication skills active for an industrial company
Thank you to all artists who have trusted Passionartly.com since it all started
Thank you to the people who know how difficult entrepreneurship is.
Thank you to my strength and perseverance in achievement.
•The Dynamics of Business Models:
The case of an International Online Art Gallery
AUTHOR: AUDE-ALEXANDRA BEATON, EMBA
AUDE-ALEXANDRA BEATON FOUNDER @PASSIONARTLY.COM HTTP://WWW.PASSIONARTLY.COM
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Painter – Photographer Georges Couvois
Georges Couvois’ first exhibition took place in Lille in 1967, followed by an exhibition at the House of Teachers in 1969.
He was noticed by the Voix du Nord (North regional newspaper) for his "Portrait in Blue."
Then, he worked with Blyweert, Laporte and Abel Leblanc, some famous regional painters.
He has been a member for several years of the Association of Artists (Lille) founded in 1961. He exhibited regularly at the Palais Rihour alongside Ortega Donato, President and Marian Kaczmarek, watercolorist, and other artists of the group. His works have won awards in De Panne and Brussels (Belgium)
Since 2003, he has been a regular exhibitor every year at the Saint Cyr l'Ecole and also won the Audience Award in 2011.
One of his outstanding achievements includes being the author of the portrait of the famous French actor and theater director Robert Hossein, which was presented to him for his 77th birthday at the Palace Paris Convention in 2004.
His last exhibition was held in November 2015 at Theatris in Metz.
Georges is also a photographer and his work can been seen throughout his many travels to Tokyo, New York, Sydney, Berlin, Manila, Santo Domingo, Roma and Paris.
He received the Audience Award in the Photography category in Lille in 2013.
Several pictures have been regularly published in the French magazine Photo, La Tribune or in the Exchange Review.
Georges Couvois says: "You will find below the latest publication appearing in a French magazine,
as well as my latest paintings... to allow you to judge my artistic work."
ITS COLLABORATION BETWEEN NANJING UNIVERSITY OF THE ARTS
"I present you the various axes both in painting and in sculpture or photography, which could be the object of developments with your students."
"Indeed multiple ways are both opened to the pictorial level and at the level of the correlation of the styles."
"I think that these subjects, which ensue from styles actually presented and in development in France and in Europe
on basis of a craze of the art lovers, may bring novelty and be strong for studies and artworks."
His experience includes strong teaching skills in well-known
Universities and he has also a strong practical experience, execution, ability and presentation skills as creator or performer.
The projects he proposes all have the potential ability to upgrade our school’s academic performance in a globalized environment.
MASTER YOURI JARKIKH HAS ATTENDED The NORD ART
Nord Art is the largest exhibition of contemporary art in Europe. On the nor dart 2017, master Youri Jarkikh is represented by 6 Large-scale paintings.
With an official pre-opening ceremony, which also attended numerous invited guests, the exhibition was opened
on Friday, 9. June, at 15 pm, in büdelsdorf / Germany.
At the pre-opening, a guided tour was offered by the huge hall nschiffen of the historic eisengiesserei with 22.000 square meters of floor space.
In the heart of the Carl's hut visitors can look at paintings by Youri Jarkikh.
A Central position of the exhibited images of youri jarkikh takes on the painting " boomerang " which is reported on the first crusade, in 1095, to Jerusalem.
On Saturday, 10. June 2017, at 17 pm, there will be an opening ceremony for visitors.
by elena Elena Garreis
Date on 08/01/2017 at 14:26
"Dilshad Questani stands on his two feet and reads heart-free.A real asset!
He knows it all about human exchanges.
He sees the world in light and colors and has chosen to share his vibrant vision partly thanks to his painting.
He has been painting since he was a young boy. Art is a real lust he spreads everywhere he goes.
His trust in the others generates some beautiful and rich enconters that I have experienced myself.
Thank you for your purity of heart".
Date on 07/19/2017 at 16:38
Passionartly encourages art lovers to buy pieces of art for their aesthetic values.
However, art can be a financial investment as the demand for a particular artist and/or artwork increases.
For more information on this topic, see the MEI/Moses Fine Arts Index. This clearly explains the appreciation of art as a financial investment.
Aude-Alexandra Beaton, founder and managing director
Date on 03/02/2017 at 14:00
Marianne Le Vexier, welcome to Passionartly.com
Every single day, Marianne le Vexier draws in her notebook. It is in her drawing that she finds her primary inspiration for working on canvas. She adds and mixes sand from around the world into her work. Certain symbols, recurrent figures, or a profile view of a head, wind and many other triggers provide the impetus for her artwork.
Marianne Le Vexier creates both small and also very large engravings using the Goetz method.
Marianne experiments as well with painting in concrete which enables here to mix sculpture with painting.
« J’aime aborder des matières différentes, le travail de l’une enrichie le travail de l’autre.. Je pense que je reste avec mes outils, ceux de la peinture que l’on m’a enseignés en atelier .Je peux avec ces pièces nouvelles investir les espaces extérieurs les parcs, les jardins et créer des installations, des parcours poétiques …C’est ce travail quotidien dans l’atelier qui me plait, c’est ce lien avec mon monde intérieur qui nourrit l’ensemble de ce que je crée. »
"I love dealing with different materials, the work enriches one another. I think I'm fine with my tools, those of painting I was taught in the studio. With these new works I can use external spaces like parks and gardens to create some installations, some poetic routes...I definitely like my daily work in the studio, this link with my inner world feeding the whole of what I create".
1988-Musée de Pontarlier (Doubs)
1989-La Club l’événement du jeudi, Paris
1993-La Fondation Taylor, Paris
1995-Château de la Roche Guyon
1997-Peintre du 17 ème festival d’Auvers-sur –Oise
2000-Centre d’Art Jacques Henri Lartigue à L’Isle Adam
2001-Galerie Accento-Bruxelles (Belgique)
2002-Centre Culturel de Châtou(78)
2003-Galerie Accento Bruxelles (Belgique)
2004-L’Espace des Calandres à Eragny
2005-La Galerie du Château d’Auvers-sur-Oise
2007-Galerie du Château de Gargilesse (Le Berry) Maison du Docteur Gachet Auvers- sur- Oise
2009-La Villa Daumier à Valmondois
2010-Galerie du Théâtre de Jouy-le-Moutier
2011-Le conservatoire de Gagny (93)
2012-Carte blanche dans le Parc de Château de Théméricourt
2014-Double exposition à L’Espace Roger Ikor à Herblay et à la Maison du Passeur à la Frette-sur-Seine
2014-Au « Lézard qui rit » à Valmondois
2014-A “la 23ème Marche”à Auvers sur Oise.
2015-GAllery Saint Just au château Saint Just à Belle Églises.
2015-La Maison de l'Etang à Louveciennes.
2015-galerie de l Hôtel de Ville de Saint-Ouen l Aumône.
2016-Espace Corot à Montigny -les-Cormeilles.
2016-Librairie la 23 éme Marche à Auvers-sur-Oise.
2016-Musée Utrillo-Valadon « un monde onirique » à Sannois.
Expose à Art en Capital au Grand Palais chaque année :
Salon du dessin et de la peinture à l’eau,et le Salon comparaison et le Salon d’Automne de 1985 à 1995
Merci à Marianne le Vexier pour le texte et les informations !
Aller découvrir le profil de notre nouvelle passionartiste !
ContactMARIANNE LE VEXIER
26, rue Pierre Morard
95 290 L’Isle Adam
Maison des Artistes : L127-121
Date on 02/28/2017 at 10:00
Sculpture has fascinated him since his early childhood. His ability to alter the design or form of stone or clay is magical.
After being a successful marketing director, Henri Hadida, approaching the end of his career, decided and felt the need to "cut the stone". He started working in this artistic genre in 1999. As a student of Christophe Charbonnel, he studied the mould and the shape. Attentive to details, he discovered the subtlety between the light and the shadow, but also emptiness and goodness, curves and straight lines.
Detail by detail, he has learnt about anatomy and any feature of the human body. The quest for perfection characterises his art. Following the advice of Yves Pires, Henri Hadida progresses down this road with his work.
Guided by his emotions, his inspiration comes to him spontaneously when working with his subjects. They depict memories, anecdotes or amazing daily events. By sticking as closely as possible to reality, he tries to give life to his artwork whilst letting his imagination run wild.
Since 2014, Henri Hadida has been exhibiting his art. As a result, his art arouses much interest and has allowed him to receive numerous prizes.
Playing with stability, this paradoxal situation between two fragile moments fascinates him. Dusts of a unique time and the intensity of human or animal condition, transition between two fractions of a second, the duality of time and space. There is, in this research of moving life, a challenge and joy directly facing the gravity of material and the fixity of objects.
"The perfection of a polished area appeals to me as much as a rough imperfect material. Everything is a question of the subject and emotion I feel at the moment the work is complete. Indeed, I feel as if I'm touched and people seeing my work are touched as well."
Thanks to Henri Hadida for the text and information. We warmly welcome you to Passionartly!
Discover the profile of this new artist:
Date on 01/30/2017 at 17:00
Who is he?
He was born in Berlin, Germany, but spent his childhood in Bulgaria, where he discovered and rigorously learnt the art of drawing. Art rapidly became his one great passion in life.
He continued his studies in France and made up his mind about his professional career opting for creation. Emerich Meerson worked in the field of watch-making; revolutionizing it through his innovation and lasting concepts. Such special jewellery brought him great fame on an international scale that he became one of the most renowned designers of modern times.
Alongside the jewellery, he never stopped painting. He amplifies his work techniques and later turns to oil painting in 1992.
He cannot be classified into a specific movement or category, as he constantly looks for art and expression.
He is easily recognizable for his artworks which are full of emotion and force the viewers to reflect, think profoundly and release their feelings.
He perfectly translates the vibrations of matter, the movement towards the future. His images are not stuck in the past but keep evolving towards the future.
Discover his work in 3D exhibition on our site: passionartly.com!
Date on 01/24/2017 at 10:22
The relativity of colors
WHO SAID THERE WERE SOME LAWS RElaTING to THE USE OF COLOR?
The rules concerning the use of colors are very different from those written indiscriminately. Here are some examples:
Why shouldn't the color black be used in artworks? The theory is that artists should avoid using it under any circumstances. Yet, is there an real reason for this rule? Maybe it represents darkness, death, grief; or maybe it conveys the idea of being ephemeral. Yet, this colour symbolizes simplicity, sobriety, austerity and mystery.
Why should one avoid to work with the color yellow? This cheerful color perfectly represents joy and warmth allowing the artwork to shine and be more alive. The color yellow is associated with power, knowledge and friendship. Yet, it has some negative connotations such as betrayal, deceit and lies.
Only artists can define what a color corresponds with.
It's up to the artist to mix and match colors as they think best. It is not possible to set such rules for artists who are free to create their works.
Our passionartist Jean Francois Contremoulin uses colors to express chromatic violence.
As for Mariele Gissinger, she uses colors to express the emotions existing in her approach. Colors highlight impatience, tension, tenderness and dynamism.
Through photo collages, our American passionartist Todd Hale mixes colors as he pleases.
Vera Ivanaj is a committed artist emphasizing the use of colors to convey strong messages for which any viewer must use their imagination to interpret the art for themselves.
Date on 01/01/2017 at 10:00
Have a good year 2017!
All member of Passionartly.com' s team Wishes you A beautiful year.
Passionartly, an online art gallery, a functional and supportive gallery of international art.
Created by Miss Aude Alexandre Beaton, this online gallery allows the mix of art and charity and creates a large network of artists.
Indeed, when you buy a work of art, 5% of its purchase price is given to a charity chosen by the artist. In this way, people can tie pleasure and goodness together, helping people through charity.
Moreover, it is possible to communicate directly with international artists to command artworks on demand. Such exchange between many cultures allows buyers to understand the artwork and the approach of the artist.
Passionartly also provides some advice for all kind of buyers (experts, amateurs, novices, etc.). Such advice is given by experts in order to facilitate the choice of the best artwork or suggest the best investment.
Date on 12/25/2016 at 14:00
The Chrismas' Painter
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Date on 11/21/2016 at 22:26
At the discovery of Yoshi's blackies
who is this drawer ?
With his amazing drawing, Yoshi's blackies has appeared on the 3D exhibit on Passionartly.
Yoshi's blackies' drawing shows us daily activities such as playing golf, tennis or just drinking a glass of wine.
These artworks may be ideal gifts for Christmas!
Let you succomb, in your turn, with some pictures and find this artist on art on demand!
Date on 11/14/2016 at 20:22
The discovery of Jean Olivier Azeau