Aquarelle and indian ink on paper - Birthday Card - 2018
Paysage de bouteilles
Drawing, watercolour and indian ink on paper, assignment for a greeting card for Atlantique Emballage, Bordeaux, FR, 2017
Drawing, watercolour and indian ink on paper - 2017
Various drawings with watercolour, indian ink and ecocline on paper, 2012 - 2015
The blooming of the Phalaenopsis - When Mr. Parish maws the lawn
Waiting for the Orchis Purpurea
Drawing, watercolour and indian ink on paper - 2014
Drawing, watercolour and ink on paper - 2013
Drawing watercolour and ink on paper - 2013
Vitis Vinifera mon amour
Drawings - Indian ink and water based ink on paper - Series for Clos Monicord wine labels 2010 vintage
This series is an observation and reflection on the natural cycle of the vines. The different steps are shown throughout the different seasons of the year and therefore the six representations are visually linked together. The vine and the man live a metamorphosis together as each picture expresses the symbiosis between the vine and the human being. One can compare the relationship between the vine and the man to a passionate love story. The vine is embodied and suggests the presence of a feminine character. Inspite of the rustic and rough features of a vine the drawings reveal strongly its feminine side throughout its development until the final maturity.
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Duo exhibition with Thomas Monses, The Bookstore Project, Amsterdam, NL, 2011-2012
List of the works exhibited :
‘I’ve been in many gardens before, but none of the Listera Ovata could talk during full moon’ drawing on paper – 25x65 cm mixed media (indian ink, water based ink, acrylic ink and watercolour)
‘Biesvaren’ drawing on paper – 8,5x13,5 cm mixed media (indian ink, water based ink)
‘Metamorphosis of the Epipactis Palustris’ drawing on paper – 25x65 cm mixed media (indian ink, water based ink, acrylic ink)
‘Le règne des Ophrys Insectifera’ drawing on paper – 25x65 cm mixed media (indian ink, water based ink, acrylic ink and watercolour)
‘The three Orchis sisters’ drawing on paper – 97x195 cm mixed media (indian ink, water based ink, acrylic ink and watercolour)
‘Satyrion Femina’ drawing on paper – 8,5x13,5 cm mixed media (indian ink, acrylic based ink)
Drawing, watercolour on paper, Exhibition "Dear Amsterdam, greetings from Istanbul" with the artists collective Palatti at Kulter, Amsterdam NL, 2011
'Diverse Istanbul' 'The melting pot of modern society' 'Where east meets west'. There are many phrases to describe Istanbul's amalgamation of land and sea, culture, architecture, language, codes and belief.
But, it is the inhabitants of this great city going about their daily chores, that unknowingly create Istanbul's unique and rich tapestry of life.
Politics and politicians pull from one side to the other, with ambitious messages of where and what Istanbul should be, while it is the daily life of the inhabitants surrounded by piles of simit, fruits, spices and kilims, drinking tea and smoking pipes, that define the streets, avenues and neighborhoods creating the very core of Istanbul. It is this heartbeat of the city that Audrey's delicate ink and watercolour drawings depict.
Drawings, watercolour on paper, Series created for Clos Monicord wine labels 2007 vintage.
Molecular gastronomy has been an inspiration for this series of delicate and colourful water-colours. The drawings are an interpretation of a chemical process used in molecular gastronomy and they depict an aroma or a flavour one distinguishes during the tasting. The different aromas perceived in this vintage also coincide with the variety of fruit trees and flavours stemming from Clos Monicord.
Subtitles for the series :
L’émulsion de la violette
La sphérification inversée de la cerise
L’effervescence de la myrtille
La migration de la mûre
La sphérification de la framboise
La solubilisation de la réglisse
Les passants de la place Raulin
Drawings, black ink and watercolour on paper, exhibition "Les journées du patrimoine", Vivres de l'art, Place Raulin, 2010
300 drawings - watercolour on paper and ping-pong balls and drawings on wooden stools - Palatti exhibition at the Southwest University Chongqing, China, 2007