The Newcastle based Australian artist CARMEN DELPRAT captures an allegory of the natural world around her and transforms it into dream like interpretations with vivid colour and imagination.
Delprat has worked internationally for production and promotion companies and held solo and group exhibitions. Her work is featured in Art Lovers Australia, Art Edit and British magazines including: The World of Interiors, TATLER, Vanity Fair, House & Garden, Vogue, Wired, Abode2, House of Coco and London's Life magazines, InsideKENT, British GQ and the Condé Nast Traveller.
Delprat’s passion for art has lead her to study several degrees including a Bachelor of Visual Arts (1991), Diploma in Visual Arts (1993), Studied art at the Julian Ashton School of Fine Art, Sydney NSW with her family connection - the principal Paul Delprat (1996-1998), Completed a Master's Degree in Visual Arts (2000), and Diploma in Art Education (2001).
Her dedication to art is unrelenting, teaching, creating and engaging in an artistic life that revolves around a growth mindset to constantly improve, seek and discover new ways to take her creativity to the highest level.
Her richly hued paintings of breezy seascapes explore intangible ideas that evokes themes of interconnectivity and internal languages. The ebb and flow of the oceans landscape is carefully constructed with aesthetics of fantastical elements and deliberately executed realism in the attempt to mirror our internal experiences and inclinations for escapism.
Her figurative and portrait drawings radiate with ethereal charm. Capturing an element of surprise with unexpected juxtapositions often of exotic shells or circuitous tree roots. The viewer is invited to take the time to appreciate the organic use of line and form and explore the gentle feelings of comfort, ease and aesthetics.
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