by The Flying Dutchman in New Illustration on Thursday 1 September 2011

At first glance, French artist Véronique Meignaud’s personal pieces resemble a few exploded buckets of paint or primitive pen scribbles.

But they tighten up upon closer inspection, often leaving the viewer confounded as the details unfold. Drawing subtle beauty from a tempest of line and colour, this haunts without the need for darkness or overt melodrama.
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