Lady M

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Raised by a family of musicians, Lady M started a musical education very early in her life. She learned music theory and clarinet but decided at the age of 15 to follow another path – painting. After studying interior and stage design, she joined the Opéra de Paris in 2006 as a set designer. Working alongside the greatest stage designers and exploring all sorts of colors and texture techniques, she developed her professionalism, her creativity, and her personal style. From the strength of this experience, she naturally moved towards large scale work and street art.

In 2015, she participated in the largest wall painting in Europe (more than 3000 m2) with fellow French artist Speedy Graphito. In 2016, she had her first solo show in Paris, as well as a group exhibition at the festival of contemporary art “Arvest Expo” in Yerevan, Armenia. She continues to develop her artistic research around textures, colors, and geometry – reminiscent of Gerard Richter’s exploration on texture as well as Wassily Kandinsky’s geometrical compositions.

Today Lady M gets her inspiration from the notion of space, from our relationship to the universe, and from terrestrial, aquatic, or aerial elements in which we evolve. She places human kind in an environment in perpetual mutation, seeking a horizon, a landmark that could justify its existence. Attracted by parallel worlds that surround us, she re-transcribes her inner visions in waves of melody, adding another dimension to Time and Space – an open window on the human soul. Open-minded to the knowledge of the world, Lady M travels to discover new cultures, to enrich her creations with new perspectives and points of views, in a spirit of passing and sharing.

Gallery Exhibitions

    • Lady M | "The Flight" acrylic on canvas, 40 x 30 in. (101x76cm)

    • Lady M | "The Balance" acrylic on canvas, 40 x 30 in. (101x76cm)

    • Lady M | "The Listening" acrylic on canvas, 48 x 35 in. (124x88cm)

    • Lady M | "Levitation" acrylic on canvas, 48 x 35 in. (124x88cm)