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Contemporary Art Station – Interview with Patrick Joosten

Contemporary Art Station Interview with Patrick Joosten

Could you please introduce yourself?
A painter, born in Paris, residence France & Cambodia.
I have always been interested in arts from my  childhood, doing some paintings and drawings.

I have been Influenced by artists such as: Picasso, Klimt, Richter, Rothko.

I am predominantly a self-taught artist, and i am not following any particular artistic movement. I paint, draw for the pleasure of creation, hoping to share moments of emotion with those who appreciate modern art.
I offer energetic, powerful abstract works, often inspired by nature, with the constant search to bring emotions and pleasure.

Inspiration mainly comes from spectacle of nature, beauty of landscape, cities or seaside. I try to catch the light, colors and emotion of the beautiful spectacle in nature and translate it with energy into an abstract art.

What emotions do you hope the viewers experience when looking at your art?
I hope that viewers get attraction and emotion at the first glance, which is expressed with power and energy of colors.  Then at the second time, diving into joy of interpretation of the artwork, following the movements of brushes and splatters spread on the canvas. 

What has been the most exciting moment in your art career so far? Most exciting moments always come when someone takes decision to buy one of my artworks and expresses how pleased he is to display the canvas in his place and how he will enjoy seeing it every day.

1. What’s your background?

I do not follow any art school or any artistic movement. From inspiration, I paint, draw for the pleasure of creation, hope to share moments of emotions with those who appreciate modern arts.

2. What does your work aim to say?

Inspiration mainly comes from spectacle of nature, beauty of landscape, cities or seaside. I try to catch the light, colors and emotion of the beautiful spectacle in nature and translate it with energy into an abstract art.

3. How does your work comment on current social or political issues?

My work is mainly inspired by the beautiful spectacle of nature, no link with political or social issues.

4. Who are your biggest influences?

i have been Influenced by artists such as: Picasso, Klimt, Egon Schiele, Basquiat, Richter, Rothko, Modigliani, Van Gogh; I’ve learnt much from their styles


5. How has your art evolved over the years?

Currently, I’m working on some new Technics in order to enrich my possibilities to bring more intensity and emotions into my painting.  It is also my permanent and constant goal.

"L'essence de la couleur et de l'imaginaire - The essence of color and imagination" Patrick Joosten - Abstract painter Born in Paris, France - Power of Creativity Art Prize - August 2021 - Collector's Vision International Art Award - May 2021 - Merit Prize Award Art show International - 2021 - Winner Award " Artist of the Future" Contemporary Art Curator - November 202020 I am predominantly a self-taught artist, and i am not following any particular artistic movement. I paint, draw for the pleasure of creation, hoping to share moments of emotion with those who appreciate modern art. I offer energetic, powerful abstract works, often inspired by nature, with the constant search to bring emotions and pleasure. Influences: Picasso, Klimt, Egon Schiele, Basquiat, Richter, Rothko, Modigliani, kees van Dongen. Certified artist rating By A. Akoun. Artistic representation: Galery Crillon Tokyo "Patrick Joosten's flowing gestures are full of emotional dedication. His artworks convince predominantly with the pathos of their colors. With his acrylic paintings, Joosten takes observers to a new reality, created by his wide brush stroke, and his way of scaping colors across the next to create unique transitions. The traces of his tools bear witness to his process-oriented way of working. The texture of colored spaces is a special focus in his work. The resulting stretches of painting become screens of projection for the observer's thoughts, emotions and dreams. Abstraction seems to have grown a soul. At times, a deep Sky blue starts a conversation with bright red structures, or an immaterial lemon-yemmow run into a figure sporting a gray design." Artiste peintre Français, né à Paris France - Power of Creativity Art Prize - August 2021 - Collector's Vision International Art Award - May 2021 - Merit Prize Award Art show International - 2021 - Winner Award " Artist of the Future" Contemporary Art Curator - November 202020 Je ne suis aucune école ni aucun courant artistique en particulier. Je peins, dessine et réalise des œuvres numériques pour le plaisir de la création en espérant partager des moments d'émotions avec celles et ceux qui apprécient l'art moderne. Je propose des œuvres abstraites énergiques, puissantes, inspirées souvent par la nature, avec la recherche permanente d'apporter émotions et plaisir. Influences: Picasso, Klimt, Egon Schiele, Basquiat, Richter, Rothko, Modigliani Représentation artistique: Galery Crillon Tokyo Cote artiste certifiée par A. Akoun "Les gestes fluides de Patrick Joosten sont pleins de dévouement émotionnel. Ses œuvres convainquent principalement par le pathétique de leurs couleurs. Avec ses peintures à l'acrylique, Joosten emmène les observateurs dans une nouvelle réalité, créée par son large coup de pinceau et sa façon de gratter une couleur sur l'autre pour créer des transitions uniques. Les traces de ses outils témoignent de sa manière de travailler orientée processus. La texture des espaces colorés est une priorité dans son travail. Les étendues de peinture qui en résultent deviennent des écrans de projection pour les pensées, les émotions et les rêves de l’observateur. L'abstraction semble avoir développé une âme. Parfois, un bleu ciel profond entame une conversation avec des structures rouge vif, ou un jaune citron immatériel se heurte à une silhouette arborant un dessin gris." "Die Essenz von Farbe und Vorstellungskraft - Die Essenz von Farbe und Vorstellungskraft" Maler. Geboren in Paris, Frankreich des Geistigen Ich bin keine bestimmte Schule oder künstlerische Bewegung. Ich male, zeichne und produziere digitale Werke zum Vergnügen des Schaffens und hoffe, emotionale Momente mit denen zu teilen, die moderne Kunst schätzen. Ich biete energische, kraftvolle abstrakte Werke, die oft von der Natur inspiriert sind, mit der ständigen Suche nach Emotionen und Vergnügen. Einflüsse: Picasso, Klimt, Egon Schiele, Basquiat, Richter, Rothko, Modigliani Künstlerische Darstellung: Sonia Monti Galerie Paris - Galery Crillon Tokyo Künstlerbewertung zertifiziert von A. Akoun "Patrick Joostens fließende Gesten sind voller emotionaler Hingabe. Seine Arbeiten überzeugen hauptsächlich durch das Pathos ihrer Farben. Mit seinen Acrylbildern entführt Joosten den Betrachter in eine neue Realität, die durch seinen breiten Pinselstrich und seine Art, eine Farbe auf eine andere zu kratzen, entsteht Die Spuren seiner Werkzeuge zeugen von seiner prozessorientierten Arbeitsweise. Die Textur farbiger Räume hat in seiner Arbeit Priorität. Die daraus resultierenden Farbabschnitte werden zu Projektionsflächen für die Gedanken, Gefühle und Träume des Betrachters. Die Abstraktion scheint eine Seele entwickelt zu haben. Manchmal trifft ein tiefes Himmelblau ein Gespräch mit leuchtend roten Strukturen, oder ein immaterielles Zitronengelb kollidiert mit einer Figur mit grauem Design. "

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