French artist virginiejg has recently been following her mood and her movement which has led her to embark on a new adventure with designing and creating jewellery. While she continues to explore and express her world through the lens of photography and abstract painting in a two-dimensional realm, her soul has been drawn into new mediums.
Naturally, she lets wood, copper, and silver talk to her in order to become miniature sculptures and ornaments for the body.

A new invitation into space....

The artist’s favourite muse is Mother Earth, with her intricate, infinite patterns and textures that extend not only into the natural beauty around us but also into the urban landscapes, where perfect imperfections spontaneously emerge, here and there. Like a flowing river, her artwork absorbs organic forms and uniqueness into each piece which takes shape as the material arrives in her hands… She then surrenders to the magic that happens during the creative process allowing the matter to intuitively guide her, rather than imposing her will upon it.

Naturally, ‘Flow’ started to emerge and intuitively a desire to share a particular experience inviting all the senses to be awakened during this exhibition.

Previous photography and pieces of work is a deep and intimate observation of textures, shapes, colours and forms leading to a mixture of moments of hope, despair, wonder and with that all a desire to reach out to others. Through this connection to the viewer her work becomes an experience that most people can identify.

Virginie's inspirations come from the abundant creativity found in nature as well as the continual structural decay of what people leave behind. She finds the unexpected beauty in cracks, fading painted walls, sensual curves, imperfect contours, sudden patterns humbly designed by waves or the wind.

She discovers dancing in the playful movement of light, full of freedom like a ballerina on stage shining her brightest. These events of textures and lines become the thread that in a subtle manner link her artwork to the viewer’s soul.

Her other inspirations come from the expansive abstract art field making sometimes magic happen and transforming her photos almost into a painting. Merging from one world to an other.

Her curious nature brings naturally curiosity in her close ups and the way she gets drowned in some sort of vastness where mystery becomes the main performer of the show.

She approaches her work with the curiosity of a child balanced with the hand of an old soul.