Nadia Loriot

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Nadia Loriot is a painter who admits to have passions for animals and painting, also was it for her an evidence that to reconcile both on the painting. She drew already very young ( 9 years) and liked in the nature, she spent time in forest or in border of river. Nadia was 18 years old when she it is really thrown.<< I have the sensation to have grown with, the painting is a part of my evolution.>> Why animals? Because she is fascinated by their behavior, their attitudes, their way of communicating... Pendres is thus a way to marry two passions  animals end painting. Mon of four children, it is him however, the superiority easy to paint but she takes tempory workers of found of the moments of tranquillity pays to brush its hard works. She thinks that above all, if we really want it, we can make something, we can learn and improve. Even if at the beginning we are not satisfied by the result the main part is above all to please and to have a moment to one, a moment of pleasure and relaxation. You should not loose courage, and to persever. In the end, the progres and sometimes the sel- satisfaction are there.


For years, this artist specialized in the animal painting, she is self- taught. Gouache, pastel, acrylic, it is the oil painting which prefers. Nadia it is plunged into the books of technique and sealed its thirst of knowledge by following the advice of the other painters. Result? More of one abouttwenty painting painted in the oil in the warm colors, aitumnal, representing wild and domestic animals, in close-up. Lions, dogs, cats, eagles...But also elfs and fairies, other domain of preference of the artist, attracted by the spectacular of their universe.

 
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