A French painter, Del Aor creates abstract minimalist art pieces that seem to materialise light. They infuse sensations of bliss and fullness.
On monochrome backgrounds, often on very large formats, she juxtaposes pure, contrasting colors wich vibrate between them.
Her designs use genuine gold strokes. They bring in a light that induces a subtle universe beyond the canvas surface.
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Del Aor exhibits include solo and group events, both in France and abroad. Her works have been purchased by various funds and museums.
A French artist with Catalan roots, Del Aor leaves and work near Paris. She has dedicated herself to painting and sculpture after having studied mathematics and spent several years in Asia.
Find out more on www.delaor.com
"Simple Chaud X" features a striking association of bright green and flashy fuchsia. An assemblage yet totally natural as leaves and flowers often play with these very colors.
The organic round shape, freely drawn, reaches toward extremes: the largeness of a planet or the infinitesimal smallness of a cell.
Two gold and black strokes throw in light and dynamism.
Simple Chaud X
Acrylic and gold applied with a brush on canvas, 180 x 180cm
"Algorithme VII" has a golden base on which color strokes compose a dancing algorithm.
One black spot adds on contrast to the heat and life of the other orange spots. It is the anchor point and the eye of the drawing.
Acrylic and gold applied with a brush on paper, 50 x 67 cm
"Gris Limite" introduces a disproportion of red and grey.
From this imbalance flows a movement on which four universal ovoid shapes dance. They could be eggs or kernels, leaves or flames. Those in gold are a glimpse of light, while the black ones are a yang energy point.
Acrylic and gold applied with a brush on canvas, 190 x 160 cm
"Pelouse Or" presents a matchstick-drawn couple dancing to the tune of life on a background made of small golden circles.
Planted along irregular lines, those create a frame that is both stable and open, to accompany the couple’s lively movement.
Acrylic and gold applied with a brush on paper, 180 x 180 cm