Collection: ALIAMUS Béatrice
Originally from the North of France, she lived all over the country and abroad before settling in Morbihan and opening her studio there as a professional artist.
Admiring Rembrandt and Cézanne, she learned the profession of painter in various workshops. In Bologna, Italy, between 2001 and 2004 she attended the live model workshop at the University of Fine Arts.
She mainly paints in oil, on the motif or in the studio. 4 to 5 months a year, this sailing artist criss-crosses the Mediterranean by sail, from Italy to Turkey, painting from life (gouache and ink) her ports, her faces and her shores.
Passionate about the maritime world, she paints shipyards, regattas, fishermen: the professions of the sea, the people who make them live... In the studio, still life and portraiture are subjects of a variety infinite.
His approach makes him arrange on the canvas, light, color and shapes, to translate his emotions with a frank and architectural touch.
Rewarded following the 44th Salon de la Marine, she obtained the possibility of boarding their units to paint life on board in situ.
Permanent : Galerie Carnacadre (Port-en-Drô) Carnac (56) et Galerie de l’Iroise - Douarnenez (29)
2018 - Galerie Ô Large, 82 rue de la Boetie 75008 Paris
2015 : Galerie les Funambules, Vannes 56 -
2014 : Galerie des Glaces, Nantes
2009 – 2013 : Galerie Images de la Mer, la Trinité sur Mer 56
Salons and solo exhibitions:
●Salon Vendée Art Show – Les Sables d’Olonne (85) octobre 2023
● invitée d’honneur au Salon d’Automne de Basse-Goulaine (44) 2022
● avec l’Académie des Arts et Sciences de la Mer :
• Salon Oceanissime à Larmor-Plage 2019,
• Erquy et Riec-sur-Belon 2022.
● Annual collective exhibitions in Brittany.
● Personal exhibitions in Brittany (2006, 2009, 2017, 2021) and in Paris (2010 Yacht Club de France).
● Regional fairs since 2005 (Lorient, Vannes, Landivisiau, St Malo, St Grégoire, Nantes, Cholet, St Brieuc...) and Parisian ones (Salon d'Automne 2007, 2008, Salon des Artistes Français 2014, Salon de la Marine 2013 , 2015, 2017, Biennale Versailles 2016-2020).