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Natalie Miel specializes in combining flattened indoor decorations with outdoor natural scenery. All the objects and elements in her painting are disordered, unjustified but refined. With the colorful spaces with the favor of the day and the modest outlines, a sense of a sweet euphoria exudes by itself. The patterns and decorations contain strong oriental and ukiyo-e elements. This special combination brings subtle effects of both visual novel and a reflection of the relaxing and refreshing French life.


Artist Biography

Natalie Miel

Born in La Mure, France in 1962. Attended National School of Art (École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts) in Paris and was the student of Jean Bertholle. Miel was the former General Secretary of the French Association of Plastic Arts (AFAP) and Women’s International Cultural Federation (FICF). Professor at the School of Plastic Arts of Saint-Denis (l’Ecole d’Arts Plastiques de Saint-Denis) from 1990 to 1993, and Blancs-Manteaux Workshop in Paris Centre City Hall. Invited to participate in the creation of sculpture and decoration for varies movies such as “The Sun Assassinated” and “Deadline”. Attended over 50 group exhibitions and actively involved in Sino-French arts exchange activities. Miel has been invited to Beijing International Art Biennale, Paris Autumn Salon, and the Louvre Carrousel Salon. Permanently represented by galleries from the US, Switzerland, Lebanon, and several cities from France.

 

Natalie Miel specializes in combining flattened indoor decorations with outdoor natural scenery. All the objects and elements in her painting are disordered, unjustified but refined. With the colorful spaces with the favor of the day and the modest outlines, a sense of a sweet euphoria exudes by itself. The patterns and decorations contain strong oriental and ukiyo-e elements due to the artist’s frequent traveling to China. This special combination brings subtle effects of both visual novel and a reflection of the relaxing and refreshing French life.









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