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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
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“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
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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.
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Madame Elisabeth Poydenot d'Oro
From 1954 to 1960, Elisabeth Poydenot d'Oro studied at the Beaux-Arts, where Albert le Normand taught her mural art and she obtained a degree in engraving from André Vahl's studio.
Inspired by the beautiful landscapes of Lorraine and its mild and rough climate, her art evolves in engraving on metal.
She plays with shadows and lights while incising.
Discover her work.
Exhibition will run from November 25th to December 4th 2016; open from 1 pm to 6.30 pm, at the canal workshops in Nancy, France.
Date on 08/30/2016 at 11:52
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Instead of focusing on a challenge, just one goal, Aude-Alexandra Beaton looks far beyond thinking of a creative tryptic in the art world: a functional and supportive gallery of international art.
First of all, the internationality existing between the purchaser and the artist leads to a cultural exchange and trade between different countries. The priority of the gallery is to develop the Art knowledge through the local and foreign artists all over the world.
There are no limits to the sensitivity and emotions conveyed by a work of art!
To Passionartly, service means relation; connections with both artists and purchasers. The gallery does not intend to put its clients in an artistic cocoon so that they consume art.
The goal is to live an experience, get to know the artists, understand their approach and allow to establish communication links despite the distance generated by the digital network.
Passionartly gives some expert advice to coose a work and/or to invest.
Taking care of the artist is crucial. Thus the largest sales percentage% of the works goes directly back to the creators. Advising the purchaser is equally important! Art collectors and/or investors are welcome!
The gallery stands by inter-personal extension. Each work sold on the site implies a 5% charity payment in favour of a health, women and children aid organization.
To purchase an art work on the site means to enjoy oneself while pleasing and helping other people.
The whole Passionartly team does its best to make this gallery a place of artistic and human exchange.
Camille Nguyen for Passionartly.com
English translation: Nicol Campagnolo
Date on 08/23/2016 at 11:26
« Chaque toile est un voyage, un labyrinthe de petits détails où il faut accepter
de se perdre et tenter d'en comprendre le langage. »
["Each canvas is a voyage, a maze of tiny details where one must accept to get lost and try to understand that language."]
L’Indépendant Journal, 6 July 2014
BIOGRAPHY OF YOURI JARKIKH, A RUSSIAN INTERNATIONAL PAINTER
Youri Aleksandrovich Jarkikh (Jarki),
Passionartly does not only help amateur artists to raise their profile. This company has an
international art approach and shows
much interest in any form of culture and art. It helps boosting the amateur artists' popularity, but it
also works with modern
professionals of the art world.
Youri Jarki gives Passionartly great international visibility. One of his works ("Résurrection", above) has just been purchased by the Louvre museum. At the beginning he was supported by the community. Today he travels around the world for art museums and exhibitions.
BIOGRAPHY OF YOURI JARKI
He is a russian painter who was expelled from his motherland in 1977. He finished his studies at the Moukhina Fine Arts Academy of St. Petersburg. He first moved to Germany and, later, to Paris. He has been living in France since 1978 and decided to permanently settle there.
: Germany, England, Armenia, Austria, Belgium, United States, France, Italy, Japan, Monaco, Russia, Switzerland.
2001 Toulouse, France - Exhibition : Carzou, Jansem, Jarkikh.
2002 Paris, France
- Taylor foundation.
2007 St. Petersburg - St. Paul and St. Peter's foundation - «Alphabet of the poet»
2008 Moscow - KrimskiyVal - «Alphabet of the poet»
2012 Perpignan - Palais de Congrès Espace Maillot
2012 Condom - Art path
2013 Belfort - Gal Cheludiakov
France — Modern Art Museum of Paris, Department of Cultural Affairs, Toulouse-Lautrec Museum in Albi, Seres Franco Collection.
Germany — Haus Beda, Arts and Cultural Centre in Bitbourg.
United States — Dr Norton Dodhe's collection.
Russia — State Russian Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russian Cultural Foundation
Armenia — National Gallery of Armenia.
Master JARKIKH 's WORK
His work releases the Russian soul with full force, we can see Chagall, but also Miro, Klimt, Ernst.
The painful condition of painting in exile has made Jarki acutely aware of his roots. Whatever is the theme he deals with, his approach dissects this existential quartering, exacerbated by a torn visual and emotional memory. Such expression of malaise results in a pictorial vocabulary steeped in the convulsions of a destabilized humanity. The direct and brutal projection of his feelings through a detailed writing dipped in inner anguish is expressed through torn human models, tormented souls whose faces are often disguised or reduced in grotesque features. In the end it is exactly what endows his works with extraordinary intensity due to his art mastering and creative canvas. One becomes speechless before his large format works as they had been punched in their stomach while looking for a "message". But is there a message? He says not. His painting is his own language, he says. Authentic. He has nothing to defend and nobody to convince. His desire? To Enter into communion with those who are like him. Then he follows immaginary cycles as a damned. A well-known example of his religious inclination imbued with orthodox faith: recurrence of crucifixions and barbarity in which he hides his Slavic melancholy blended with sarcastic dissidence. Many iconic paintings worked in golden or silver leaves show a particular technique of Byzantine origin which has been enhanced and restyled by the Western art experience. No place for improvisation. Everything has analytical bases, in the artist's own order. Whichever technique he uses for each immaginary whirl (compositions rich in symbols and cohorts of pregnant women or babies with monster faces) selects alternately oil or acrylic paint, soft hues or muted shades. Yet, his strokes are always impactful, especially to scrape the networks of tiny shapes in which they suffocate the evil tormenting the artist. Jarki's painting is endowed with analytical, complex and surrealist precision and is nourished by the art of his motherland, Russia.
Youri Jarki, Pan
« Un monde où tout se multiplie et se dérobe à l’infini. Mais qui nous happe et nous fascine. »
["A world where everything multiplies and hides endlessly. Yet it attracts and enthralls us."]
Elisabeth Becker, 2013
Date on 08/20/2016 at 14:03
After studying philology, Aurore Delsoir started to seek a way to fully express herself. She finally found it in photography through which she is able to translate the human language. Her favorite subject? People and every emotion inherent in the human condition, such as the concepts of absence, presence or even loneliness.
Through the contrast of light and shadow, her black-and-white work let us discover her own perception of the society around us. Admiring "Behind Blue Eyes", a paradoxical title compared with the black and white photograph, for just a moment we are intruding in the thoughts of this daydreaming young woman. Aurore Delsoir's sensitivity is patent in her photographs. Only few features of a profile face enable us to image the absence that the girl captured in the picture has experienced. That sense of absence may have lasted just a few seconds or even minutes.
The ancient photography technique of black and white is a monochrome angle ingeniously used by Aurore Delsoir to immortalise some scenes which we do not perceive at a first glance. "This allows me to play with the lights". Through "Male's flowers" the artist takes us behind the scenes of sewing, a kind of place which is rarely seen by the public and emphasizes the work of a couturier making a garment for women.
Most of her photographs hide some mystery which is particularly enhanced by the use of black and white. You can not help to wonder about the thoughts and feelings of her subjects, the reason for the presence of an object in the photograph. Through her pictures, the artist expresses her own sensitivity and desire to represent these emotions as well as some special moments experienced by individuals. Her work is meticulous, mysterious, poetic and almost without artifice and it achieves a retrospective of the human condition.
English version: Nicol Campagnolo
Date on 08/15/2016 at 09:08
ODE, three capital letters and a double meaning. The artist has chosen such stage name (Aude is her own real name) to be representative of the state of mind in which she works. ODE plays on the importance of perceptions, the different meanings of words and what surrounds us. She reveals us a unique and original work which lets us discover what is beyond our simple vision of the living by appealing to our perception.
"I have always been into photography. I could not tell a precise moment in which I started, but I think it might be around my ten years". Being self-taught, in 2005 she launches her first business with her own means, but the astrological basis were wrong at that time. In 2015, exactly 20 March 2015, all the chances and astrological waves are finally on her side, so the artist starts AurOD. The capital letters of her stage name are important and even crucial for ODE, "The A, O and D are capitalized because they symbolise energy evolving". With this new name and new beginning, ODE continues the transformation of negative energy into positive energy as well as the work that we can contemplate today.
Her works belong to a visionary and therapeutic art that we can also define as medium-like. Besides playing with the print media of her photographs on canvas or on a more traditional photo paper, ODE also enjoys playing with the content of her creations.
ODE's favorite theme? The elements, especially water, in order to give free rein to her creativity and the World of the Living. She does not dwell on mere human beings, but rather gaze upon any living element in nature.
In this first exhibition called "BEYOND OUR VIEW" at the gallery Cor'Art, we find out a flower-based art work on a macroscopic scale. Despite the traditional photographed item, something changes: its primary meaning is hijacked by the title that ODE gives to it. "I give my creations a title in line with what I can perceive. But I love when viewers approach to tell me the title they would have given to one of my works. This shows that they truly caught the meaninf of it". At first sight, flowers; more specifically, a series inspired by the perfumed Gardens which is an Arab erotological manual. With titles such as "Feline kiss", "Let's unveil this breast" or "Basic stir", it is easy to forget the vision of a single flower and perceive a more sensual image or spot a face out of a petal.
We therefore think out of the traditional formats of photography and discover new creations printed on canvas. Kaleidoscope, AVAtart, all have one thing in common: perception. On the same "mother image" of an element (water, fire, sand, etc.), ODE creates different 180° kaleidoscopes, as the Buddha herein, or 360° AVAtarts, like the one below. As in the previous series, the emphasis on colours and micro-photography reveal magical works. We can enjoy recognising human figures, animals, and sometimes even plants. With just a single element such as water (in liquid or iced form), ODE achieves a masterpiece, brightely coloured and unique, which invites us to meditation.
Each creation is unique, but it is even more original when ODE decides to make a kaleidoscope out of a person. Such is a work of precision and patience which ends up in an artwork through which anyone can identify themselves.
Subtle perceptions: ODE invites us to look at life from a different angle and find some relief by contemplating her creations.
English version: Nicol Campagnolo
Date on 07/23/2016 at 18:48
Elio Bajramaj is an Albanian painter who studied art on several occasions, including in Italy, in Rome, at the "Accademia delle Belle Arti di Via Ripetta". Focusing on two types of paints (acrylic and oil paint), he brings us into a colorful, dreamy world of faces, flowers, musicians...the environment sorrounding them is made captivating through fluid and curved shapes.
"My inspiration comes from good books, music and memories...Actually, everything that surrounds us, that we find in our environment, what I can see or feel". Taking a closer look at his creations, we are carried away by the artist's universe taking us to a fleeting daydream for an instant. His world is characterized by joy, a burst of colors and the appearance of silhouettes blending almost entirely with the background of the painting.
Elio Bajramaj deals with abstract subjects through which we can observe what he can see or feel in his surroundings, what he reads, or even what he can hear. Notwithstanding, he also faces concrete topics concerning his interests, what he loves and the values he shares.
"Saints of Heaven" is an oil painting showing two women, a religious and a younger one in the background. It is actually a depiction of Mother Teresa. "We should never forget what this little woman embodied". The Catholic Albanian nun is much more than a national symbol for Elio Bajramaj, she is a citizen of the world who has made him proud to be Albanian with her actions. Through this painting, the artist reveals us a topic close to his heart, for which he has a certain feeling and pride. It is a way of telling his audience what he inwardly feels, a special and evident symbolism, alongside the shapes and colors that become his signature.
In other paintings, Elio Bajramaj leaves the public part of the interpretation and suggests a reverie frame mixing music with vaporous and abstract shapes.
The artist offers us a real colourful journey in which he reveals his own experience and emotions, while letting us free to imagine our own story.
English version: Nicol Campagnolo
Date on 07/13/2016 at 12:15
PASSIONARTLY AND ARMAN TADEVOSYAN COMMITTED FOR "TOUTES A L'ECOLES"
Passionartly supports many associations, as you know, by donating part of the art work sales revenue to charities. Today you will be reading an article about charities, rather than art, because Passionartly stands up for these important rights. Let's be committed and generous!
By purchasing a work of our artist of the week, Armenian Arman Tadevosyan, you commit to the association "Toutes à l'écoles": this is why we are going to enlighten you about the projects of this association.
A STORY OF WOMEN
"Toutes à l'écoles" is about women: the founder and current president is Tina Kieffer, former managing editor at Marie Claire.
The current director of the association school since 2006 is a former maths teacher and head of the continuing education office of the Cambodian Ministry of Education.
The official sponsor is also a woman, Claire Chazal, which was obviously very concerned and immediately went on the ground: "It is astonishing! Here girls receive an excellent education and, above all, they are happy! They are so eager to learn and be loved. Along with education, my commitment goes to the long term".
Tina Kieffer chose to establish the "pilot" school, called Happy Chandara, in Cambodia. Half of the population of this country is under 18 and it lost 90% of its youth during the genocide the Khmer Rouge. The schools are overmanned and girls are quickly squeezed out of the system to go help their families. Furthermore, prostitution still affects many girls, hence the focus on girls and their education.
Tina Kieffer has even adopted a Cambodian little girl. She is particularly concerned about this part of the world because she wants poor girls to access high-quality education and eventually get a job that will allow them to be free and happy.
A VIRTUOUS CIRCLE IN PROGRESS
This association triggers an acual virtuous circle, because these girls will later hold important positions in Cambodian society, they will, in turn, help the children of their country to access education, learn and leave the poverty cycle.
Happy Chandara School celebrates its 10th anniversary this year! Take a look at the video devised for this anniversary. The "long-term" is an important issue because the virtuous circle implies that we carry on with this project. Supporting, raising awareness, sponsoring and donating are crucial for the success of this project.
Go to Passionartly Gallery, or Toutes-a-l-ecole.org!
English version: Nicol Campagnolo
Date on 07/08/2016 at 17:29
Marièle Gissinger has decided to combine business and passion with art. After modeling and watercoloring, she discovers that only oil painting and modeling allow her to portray her favorite theme: humankind and the environment. Both in her paintings and modeling works, we always find a representation of the living. However, through her sculptures, Marièle Gissinger mostly works on emotion and body; while her paintings are especially intended to capture movement and seize a particular moment. There is always an interesting question pending: "what do we do with the life we are given and with our environment?".
Marièle Gissinger always aims to interpret this little inner voice, which may be compared to that of a child questioning the world around him. She sees painting as a means "to translate the evils of our society that we cannot put into words". The artist's works are created in a perpetual search of light, something new, a point of view that, though real, demands the existence to reveal. "All my paintings are filtered by the perspective of a five-hour child wandering around our world". What does he see, then? An unprecedented world which is yet in front of us. Through her work "Say mum", in which we see a plastic bottle in a plowed field, Marièle Gissinger wished to let out the voice of that child who naively discovers the surrounding environment. His carelessness could lead him to think that water bottles grow from the earth. With this painting, the artist denounces the lack of respect for nature while raising awareness about the first impression of a child discovering the world in which he grows up. Such world has no more roots, no more values; it is a place where humankind has taken over the environment and communication is only possible through computer links. "The crushed bottle is synonymous with the loss of a basic necessity for us to live: water. Are human beings crashed just like this water bottle? ".
Inspired by the greatest artists, such as Rodin, Giacometti or Claudel, Marièle Gissinger is particularly interested in two materials for her modeling: soil and bronze. "It is interesting to play with these two materials, especially their transformation: how one turns to the other". Soil is often used as a basis to create bronze. On one side the soil reflects the energy emerging from the earth and its vulnerability, the same fragility of humans, one of the artist's favorite themes; on the other side, the bronze is a symbol of strenght. In "Humanity" and "You are not alone," the important thing is not the shape or the subject composing the sculptures, but rather what you can feel beyond what you see. The children of these two works have closed their eyes to have an internalized sight. We therefore manage to understand, thanks to the artist's desire to capture and bring out this elusive sphere of hidden emotions.
Through her sculptures and paintings, Marièle Gissinger emphasises several dualities: the emergence of inner feelings, despite our tendency to focus on external emotions, the naivety of a child questioning about a world already exploited by humankind. She allows us to see through the original look that only a five-hour child still ignoring the world around him may have.
Following the exemple of some photographers, such as Cartier-Bresson, who tried to photograph the present time, Marièle Gissinger let us admire some depictions of the immediate, something which is currently present, but is doomed to disappear.
English version: Nicol Campagnolo
Date on 07/01/2016 at 10:01
Charlotte Perrin was born in Paris. She first got Fine Arts training in Caen and Nantes and then started to work as a graphic designer. Yet, having always been sorrounded by art, she decided to devote herself to painting and move to Nancy. Her favorite theme? Women. In the history of art, women deptiction is an ancient practice concerning painting, sculpture and, since the last few decades, photography too. Just like her predecessors (Picasso, Michelangelo, Delacroix), women are a support for her in painting. Beautiful and different from each other, they are the perfect vector to convey emotions. "I show women not for themselves, but rather for the feelings they provide".
The artist's brightful paintings make us think of the great works of Edward Hooper rich in colors and contrasts. We get lost in a mix of melancholy and nostalgia to finally wind up in a moment that seems to escape reality. "My paintings are not sad, they are not happy either. It is upon each one to tell their own story while looking at my painting." Such deliberate evasion, evident in her paintings, is probably due to the fact that it is not just a sample woman that the artist seeks to represent, but women in peculiar postures and staging with objects, in specific locations: restaurants, lounges, beaches, etc. Just like Hooper depicted the American middle-class in lounges, housings, restaurants. Such staging suggests our imagination a path to go and allows the public to tell themselves not just one, but many different stories.
Blue and red are two primary bright colors which are essential in each of her creations. One of these two colors, in acrylic paint and pigments, is first used for the background, but then gradually fades into the second which "removes" what the artist does not care about. Charlotte Perrin emphasizes the importance of this background "allowing the paint to vibrate and the work to be lightened". It is a base on which she can fully express her exuberant imagination. It is only comparable to the imagination we have as children, when we are not able to read or write, but only to imagine, draw and create. "When I was little I used to look at pictures of my parents' books and imagine what the text was about. I used to make up so many stories around those images. Once I learned how to read, that magic just vanished. I try to recreate a similar line of thought for those who look at my paintings".
Inspired by artists such as Ernest Pignon Erenest, Hooper, Egon Schiele and Jean Rustin, Charlotte Perrin lures us with her own language into creations combining realism, femininity, vitality and dreams. Paradoxically though still representing the same theme, women, her works are always unique and diverse from one another.
Manon CUNY (The artist's comment collected by Paul Gomanne)
English version: Nicol Campagnolo