Acclaimed artist, Françoise Nielly is a French painter with a past in advertising photography. Her portraits encapsulate strength of color as if a unique way of seeing life. The perception and form are just starting points.
Françoise draws lines to find beauty, emotion, and focus of memories. Every portrait embodies a sense of happiness and sadness. When we discover such sensual, expressive and overwhelming drawing, we understand that attention can push deeply in a look, in a gesture, in a position that defines ones ways of being. The shades are what makes Nielly’s work so real and natural and it is impossible not to fall in love with her subjects. Many can be the inspirations, which dance inside such sensibility, and many can be the meanings that are expressed. Have you ever asked yourselves how important it is to have colors? Have you ever asked yourself how important it is to tame such colors?
Nielly shows a protective research towards touch and becomes an intuitive and wild target of expressions. If you close your eyes, you wouldn’t imagine a face, which has colors, but if you think about it closely, everything acquires a form through our desires. The most troubled soul can have colors, which are hidden but always alive. Many people think that in a portrait, there is always a harmony that escapes, but in my opinion, every meaning is imprinted in their face. Eyes uncover sins and passion, a smile uncovers happiness or a decisive lie, and bright colors reflect decisions without too much movement.