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Antoine de VilliersBiography: Antoine de Villiers is a South African artist whose work has been in the international public since 1996. To date she has mainly exhibited in her native country and in the British Isles. Early 2003, Antoine relocated to the United States where she is presently working on exciting new challenges. Antoine’s art is an introspectional investigation of her life and thought. Her works have ranged in style from the realistic themes to abstract works, as the stages of her life unfold itself. She finds her inspiration in her close environment, hence her love for travel, which in turn explains her wide spectrum of styles. Her great passion though, lies within expressionistic art and as one reporter aptly noted, utilizing mainly the emotionality of the female as a theme. Her work embraces the psychological relation of the various facets of a person within oneself, thus she prefers constructing emotional complexity within a solo subject. Country: USA Birthyear: 1977 Galleries: LondonART, London, United Kingdom. Jaarsma Gallery, Potchefstroom, South Africa. Lewis Gallery, Lewis, United Kingdom. Pablo’s Gallery, Somerset West, South Africa. In Fin Art, Cape Town, South Africa. Vincent Gallery, East London, South Africa. All Original Art, Montreal, Quebec, Canada Art and Parcel, Colchester, Essex, United Kingdom. Artisans and craftsmen, Philadelphia, United States. Artist’s Friend, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States. Espectro, United States. Mesart, San Francisco, United States. On Art, Columbus, United States. V-Artworks, London, United Kingdom. Visual Art Array, San Antonio, Texas, United States. Open Market, Bloomington, Indiana, United States. Yessy, Boulder, Colorado, United States. Art Depot, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States Awards: * Winner in National Art Awards 1993,1994, 1995, South Africa *Student of the year 2001, Boston College, Potchefstroom, South Africa Media: oil Style: realistic, Also Abstract themes Subjects: people, portraits and characters, Naturescapes
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