Born in Paris in 1976, Lamiel is a French artist who still lives and works in Paris.
Her inspiration comes from her travels around the world.
Fascinated by Africa but also her recent trips to South East Asia, Lamiel has her own way to express her feelings and specific sensations.
She fell in love with these countries: the landscape is huge, pure, empty, motionless and contrasts with the teeming life.
During her travels she collected inspiration that she brought back in the photographs she took.
She develops a pictorial language using old papers, books and fabrics that she matches and mixes in different layers to translate her personal impressions.
Her process is methodical: she begins by looking for old papers, covers of old books, backs and bidings, all weathered by time.
She creates hills, dunes or boulders.
Some traces or stains of acrylic paint serve as the outline of a face or a silhouette.
Lamiel’s collages are heavily inspired with the exoticism and mystery of the countries she has visited.
A poetry of discret lyricism runs through her work, encouraging thought and dreams.
Hong Kong | Exhibited permanently in ROUGE Ephémère Gallery
Paris | ‘SAMAGRA’ Gallery
Annecy | ‘AU-DELA DES APPARENCES’ Gallery
Grimaud | ‘LE POINT ROUGE’ Gallery
Exhibitions (solo or collective)
Bruxelles | « Chantiers Art-House »
St Paul de Vence | ‘Otéro’ Gallery
Versailles | ‘Le soleil bleu’ Gallery
Paris | ‘Au Fond de la cour’ Gallery
La Colle sur loup | ‘Otéro’ Gallery
Paris | ‘Philippe Lawson’ Gallery
Issy les Moulineaux | ‘Tristan’ Gallery
Paris | ‘La forge Subtile’ Gallery
Mégère | ‘L’harmattan’ Gallery
Sucy en Brie | ‘Akwaaba’ Gallery
Clermont Ferrand | « Biennale du Carnet de voyage »
Brest | « Carnets d’ici et d’ailleurs »
Vire Châtillon | « Regards sur l’Afrique »
Paris | « Théâtre de Lierre »