Triptych, mixed media on canvas, Size 150 * 150 cm, Unique original work - certified and signed by the artist _She wanted to see Le Monde, by Véronique Kraemer (2019)Day2Day Gallery: «Jean-Michel Basquiat, said:» I start an image and I finish it. I do not think about art when I work. I try to think of life. "The design of Veronica finally seems close to that of Basquiat. Her sensitivity leads her to live her art in a space between romanticism and realism, the abstract and the figurative. Her painting feeds on feelings of freedom, nature and feminism. Above all, painting remains for her an intimate and intimate experience that she seeks to share.Véronique's work thus oscillates between narrative figuration and lyrical abstraction. She imagines paintings that interrogate the body as a source of sensation and raw emotions to go beyond codes. His creations seem to be a reflection of inner conversations. They plunge her into a world where everything that time has made disappear seems to come back to life. They are charged with questions about his identity, his relationship with the divine and the sacred. But above all, they open a door on the dimension of the metamorphosis of the invisible that the hand of the artist reveals. The entanglements and links present in Véronique's work are only a pretext to evoke uprooting and duality, this is her thread ... The characters who escape her confront her with her roots and her relationship to world.The woman, the breath, the myths are so many themes that vibrate through his work also influenced by the primitive arts. " • ABOUT THE WORK:Technique: Acrylic paint, gauze on canvasSize: 3 x 150 * 50 cm (Total Triptych: 150 * 150cm)Edition: Single work, signed by the artistFraming: Framework, non-framed • ABOUT THE ARTIST: To learn more about the artist Véroique Kraemer go to his biography, next to the picture. - • ABOUT ARTIFEXIO:Secure payment by Stripe (leader of professional online payment), delivery in France, Europe and World, work carefully packaged by Mr. Grousset, a professional of the art!