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Nathalie Auzepy's avatar Nathalie Auzepy

Nathalie is driven by creativity since her early childhood. Her great grand-father, Adolphe Alphand, Baron Haussmann’s landscape architect, Her mother, Michèle Auzépy, pianist, composer and Boris Vian’s muse, Her father, Jean-Paul Sassi, theater and television director, Transmitted her strength, sensibility and sense of construction. Therefore, creation is a matter of genetic that gush from her soul’s inner necessity. With her artworks, she creates a permanent dialogue between space, body and soul. She’s fascinated by the fragility of equilibrium and the strength of rootedness. Nature as a creative and evocative power Both her favorite thematic and experimentation, Nature has an important place in Nathalie Auzepy’s work. Fascinated by its architecture and its ability to renew itself eternally, the artist draws in it a creative and sensitive power that allows her to question the link between Nature, Human and Urban.

Entry Details
  • Art form: 3-D
  • Depth: 87 inches
  • Medium: mirror stell
  • Width: 65 inches
  • Year created: 2017
  • Height: 42 inches