The contemporary paintings in the "Dripping" collection illustrate the human complexity and invite an introspection on the duality of emotions that animate us. The concentration, the mastery and the meticulousness of the curvature are mixed with the energy and the destructured side of the dripping.
" A true introspection on complexity of humankind"
For Amaury Dubois, dripping is a way of expressing strong emotions, such as impulse or passion, in a more raw and energetic way.
The artist likes to associate dripping with his curvature which brings softer, more meticulous touches. The two contemporary techniques associated translate the mosaic of emotions that animate us like a mirror with multiple facets, the whole is reinforced by a rich palette of colors orange, yellow, blue, green, pink ….
About Stain Abstract Art
Dripping, a technique that consists of letting paint run or drip, was born under the direct influence of tachism, an artistic movement of the 40s and 50s of which Georges Mathieu was one of the pioneers.
Dripping, also called pouring, was revealed in particular thanks to the work of Jackson Pollock, an American painter and figure of abstract expressionism. However, he was not the first to have used this technique since Picabia, Miró, Masson and Paalen had already used it before.