Carine Dionisi "Orage" digital photograph printed - 30x40 cm
Win the digital work by the french Carine Dionisi
Self-built digital artist, Carine works with a computer and a graphic tablet. Before choosing digital art, she studied carving and chinese calligraphy. Her work consists in manipulating, distorting and combining her own images. The most important thing to her is to get rid of any idea of a ﬁnal result and never having in mind a ﬁnal picture. As a chemist, she likes to discover how images can «react» to each other and how the results comes by magic. Further to participating to art exhibitions, she have been working with Editions Maïa, Paris, as illustrator for «Les contes d’Andersen.»
This artwork is a digital photograph of 2016 printed on Fuji paper matte. Its dimensions are 30x40 cm.
To visit the artists' website : www.carinedionisi.gallery
The certificate of authenticity is provided.
This auction has been made available by the artist. 40% of the total auction price will be donated to Telethon
Conditions : The auction winner will be notified via email and will receive the item within 15 working days of payment being received.
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