Marie-Claire Houmeau started to paint more than 10 years ago. She has decided to change the career in order to totally devote herself to her art and to widely present her works to the public.
The favorites themes of her watercolor works are always related to Nature and our environment. They are separated in different classes, like flowers, still life, landscapes, towns and villages, sea, figures, animals. In oil paintings she tackles several subjects such as: nature, objects, scenes of the everyday life, and so on. Cardboard is used for small subjects and canvas is used for larger ones.
Also she sculpts stone which comes from Canada and from Zimbabwe and decorates old wooden or metallic objects in order to bring them back to life. The technique used is: cleaning, patina, then oil painting of the object and final varnishing.
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