Calypso de Sigaldi
Trained in fashion photography, this Monegasque frees herself from the constraints of exercise to become a full-fledged artist in 2006. If she remains attached to figurative expression, her taste for oneirism leads her to surrealist imagery.
Her aesthetic shots are accompanied by digital creations, painting, leaf gilding, lacquers, leather, and sometimes even plants for creations that come in the form of paintings and small furniture.
Like the Japanese artists of the 19th century, she uses traditional Japanese prints and Mingei to deliver her own philosophical message of the soul that evolves in a floating world.
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