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#5 - Nathana√ęlle Herbelin - Painterūüáęūüá∑ cover
The Talking Canvas Podcast

#5 - Nathana√ęlle Herbelin - Painterūüáęūüá∑

#5 - Nathana√ęlle Herbelin - Painterūüáęūüá∑

41min |06/08/2020
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#5 - Nathana√ęlle Herbelin - Painterūüáęūüá∑ cover
#5 - Nathana√ęlle Herbelin - Painterūüáęūüá∑ cover
The Talking Canvas Podcast

#5 - Nathana√ęlle Herbelin - Painterūüáęūüá∑

#5 - Nathana√ęlle Herbelin - Painterūüáęūüá∑

41min |06/08/2020
Listen

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For this fifth episode, I had the pleasure to interview painter Nathana√ęlle Herbelin.¬†

Nathana√ęlle is one of those artists split between two cities, Paris and Tel Aviv in her case, who are continuously asked how the one and the other influence their art.¬†

That‚Äôs especially true for Nathana√ęlle, whose paintings reveal a particular attention to places, and notably interiors, which are often represented as if they had their own soul, out of time.¬†

Along with interiors, the French-Israeli artist loves painting daily objects and people caught in the midst of everyday actions. 

But there‚Äôs a condition: Nathana√ęlle says she needs to be deeply moved. ¬†

‚ÄúMaybe they did something very generous or maybe they are lacking something, and it‚Äôs this lack I want to paint.‚ÄĚ

With Nathana√ęlle, we talked about how her lockdown in a building in one of Tel Aviv‚Äôs poorest areas provided her with unlimited inspiration, how her studies in Paris taught her to use the technique without becoming a technician, and why it is important to give your practice the time it needs to develop.¬†

Only this way, she says, lucky accidents can knock on the door. 

Nathana√ęlle on Instagram

Nathana√ęlle‚Äôs portfolio

Nathana√ęlle‚Äôs exhibition in Brest

REFERENCES

Georges Perec

Fra Angelico

Article by Ana√ęl Pigeat

The Talking Canvas Podcast on Instagram 

The Talking Canvas Podcast on Facebook

Reach out at thetalkingcanvaspodcast@gmail.com

Description

 

For this fifth episode, I had the pleasure to interview painter Nathana√ęlle Herbelin.¬†

Nathana√ęlle is one of those artists split between two cities, Paris and Tel Aviv in her case, who are continuously asked how the one and the other influence their art.¬†

That‚Äôs especially true for Nathana√ęlle, whose paintings reveal a particular attention to places, and notably interiors, which are often represented as if they had their own soul, out of time.¬†

Along with interiors, the French-Israeli artist loves painting daily objects and people caught in the midst of everyday actions. 

But there‚Äôs a condition: Nathana√ęlle says she needs to be deeply moved. ¬†

‚ÄúMaybe they did something very generous or maybe they are lacking something, and it‚Äôs this lack I want to paint.‚ÄĚ

With Nathana√ęlle, we talked about how her lockdown in a building in one of Tel Aviv‚Äôs poorest areas provided her with unlimited inspiration, how her studies in Paris taught her to use the technique without becoming a technician, and why it is important to give your practice the time it needs to develop.¬†

Only this way, she says, lucky accidents can knock on the door. 

Nathana√ęlle on Instagram

Nathana√ęlle‚Äôs portfolio

Nathana√ęlle‚Äôs exhibition in Brest

REFERENCES

Georges Perec

Fra Angelico

Article by Ana√ęl Pigeat

The Talking Canvas Podcast on Instagram 

The Talking Canvas Podcast on Facebook

Reach out at thetalkingcanvaspodcast@gmail.com

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For this fifth episode, I had the pleasure to interview painter Nathana√ęlle Herbelin.¬†

Nathana√ęlle is one of those artists split between two cities, Paris and Tel Aviv in her case, who are continuously asked how the one and the other influence their art.¬†

That‚Äôs especially true for Nathana√ęlle, whose paintings reveal a particular attention to places, and notably interiors, which are often represented as if they had their own soul, out of time.¬†

Along with interiors, the French-Israeli artist loves painting daily objects and people caught in the midst of everyday actions. 

But there‚Äôs a condition: Nathana√ęlle says she needs to be deeply moved. ¬†

‚ÄúMaybe they did something very generous or maybe they are lacking something, and it‚Äôs this lack I want to paint.‚ÄĚ

With Nathana√ęlle, we talked about how her lockdown in a building in one of Tel Aviv‚Äôs poorest areas provided her with unlimited inspiration, how her studies in Paris taught her to use the technique without becoming a technician, and why it is important to give your practice the time it needs to develop.¬†

Only this way, she says, lucky accidents can knock on the door. 

Nathana√ęlle on Instagram

Nathana√ęlle‚Äôs portfolio

Nathana√ęlle‚Äôs exhibition in Brest

REFERENCES

Georges Perec

Fra Angelico

Article by Ana√ęl Pigeat

The Talking Canvas Podcast on Instagram 

The Talking Canvas Podcast on Facebook

Reach out at thetalkingcanvaspodcast@gmail.com

Description

 

For this fifth episode, I had the pleasure to interview painter Nathana√ęlle Herbelin.¬†

Nathana√ęlle is one of those artists split between two cities, Paris and Tel Aviv in her case, who are continuously asked how the one and the other influence their art.¬†

That‚Äôs especially true for Nathana√ęlle, whose paintings reveal a particular attention to places, and notably interiors, which are often represented as if they had their own soul, out of time.¬†

Along with interiors, the French-Israeli artist loves painting daily objects and people caught in the midst of everyday actions. 

But there‚Äôs a condition: Nathana√ęlle says she needs to be deeply moved. ¬†

‚ÄúMaybe they did something very generous or maybe they are lacking something, and it‚Äôs this lack I want to paint.‚ÄĚ

With Nathana√ęlle, we talked about how her lockdown in a building in one of Tel Aviv‚Äôs poorest areas provided her with unlimited inspiration, how her studies in Paris taught her to use the technique without becoming a technician, and why it is important to give your practice the time it needs to develop.¬†

Only this way, she says, lucky accidents can knock on the door. 

Nathana√ęlle on Instagram

Nathana√ęlle‚Äôs portfolio

Nathana√ęlle‚Äôs exhibition in Brest

REFERENCES

Georges Perec

Fra Angelico

Article by Ana√ęl Pigeat

The Talking Canvas Podcast on Instagram 

The Talking Canvas Podcast on Facebook

Reach out at thetalkingcanvaspodcast@gmail.com

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