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Symbolic semi-abstract art "Symbole de la double spirale".

Artist: Florence Laurent.

2020, Sussargues (France).


Theme : Nature, Animals, spiral, geometry, time

Style : Semi-abstract art, animal art and symbolic art

Format original artwork : 47.2 x 31.5 inches / 120 x 80 cm.

Reproduction size : 12 x 8 inches / 30.5 x 20.3 cm, 24 x 16 inches / 61 x 40.6 cm and 48 x 32 inches / 121.9 x 82.6 cm.

Dominant colors : green, pink


Hanging system included :

Floating frame


Decorative tips from the artist:

I always choose much more sober settings for 2 reasons: the idea is to project people into this setting, as you do when you sell a house, you depersonalize. So fairly bland colors for the colors of the paintings to stand out. And never colors (except small accents) of the painting in the decor, always to highlight it.


And as I paint very modern, I often choose the contrast of the oldest or hyper refined decor. The idea is to put the repro in the spotlight. So if similar decor, we miss it.


Interpretation of the work by the artist:

The viewer is immersed in the foliage of a tropical forest. A multitude of multicolored birds of all sizes are perched and seem to be waiting for something... This canvas would be figurative if the artist had not added a symbol to it, that of a double spiral: one black and the other white, rotating in opposite directions, like Yin and Yang. This symbolizes the passage of time...


This symbol makes the viewer aware of the urgency of acting to preserve them. Rotation and ascension, revolution and elevation, these are the movements that seem to animate the Universe.

This large-format canvas is like a window on Nature with its dominant green tones, opposing pink tones. The artist used different drawing and painting techniques: charcoal, dry pastel and acrylic paint.

Symbole de la double spirale - Florence Laurent

PriceFrom C$182.00
  • For Florence LAURENT, the imagination is filled with symbolic images, images that she lets appear in her paintings. During an unconscious process she welcomes these symbols, builds abstract landscapes from an emotional dialogue with colors. 


    The state of meditative communion that she feels in front of the mystery of Creation, she strives to find it again at the moment of the act of painting.

*Colors may vary from one screen to another.

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