The contemporary brush paintings by French artist Jean Paul Danadini are a playful commentary on the act of painting itself. His recent work “Brosses arrêtée” - translating to 'Stopped Brush’ - captures the artist’s gesture in the midst of creation. The ceaseless nature of the stroke shows how the canvas becomes the artist's construction site; only he can decide how to build and create his work. The striking color choices further contribute to his idea of vision and creation. Danadini uses a creased canvas to mimic the magic of theatre curtains, and to remind us that life is play - one that should be enjoyed by all.
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