brigitte balbinot

Le Palais de Glace
Le Palais de Glace

36 x 48

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Amazonite
Amazonite

36 x 48

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Mokuzai
Mokuzai

30 x 30 SOLD

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Havana
Havana

30 x 30

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ARTIST STATEMENT

Art has been a keen part of my personal growth and spiritual journey. It is the form via which I can fully express my own frequency, and elevate it to a higher state. As a practicing yogi, meditator and manifester, I wish for my  work to inspire, and trigger an emotional response in the viewer through what I would call uniting universal laws, love and beauty. I believe that art holds a crucial place not only in our own personal evolution but on a global scale, and has the potential to not only inspire but heal and change our own state of consciousness. Emotions are what trigger change on a deeper level. A better world begins by changing our inter-being. Exploring the concept of spirituality through art and finding avenues on how to infuse higher frequency vibration in each piece that I create is essential to my creative process. Over the past year, inherently due to the inability to travel, my work has evolved drawing from a more internalized place, tapping into the potential we all hold within. Nature and spirituality are what keeps me balanced and both are at the core of my work. In my most recent collection Ein Sof, I introduce the use of Solfeggio frequencies, this allows me to reach a meditative state in which creative energy can flow freely. Process holds an extremely important place within my practice, and I spend a great deal of time crafting surfaces that are intricate and complex using materials that come from the earth such as raw pigments and beeswax. These techniques create an organic feel and esthetic aligned with the Japanese philosophy of the Wabi-Sabi that embraces imperfection and refers to the ever-ending cycle of life. Ultimately, I aim to infuse each piece with a certain vibrational spiritual frequency that can be felt by the viewer.