Tuesday, 4 October 2016

"The Beautiful illusions" Collection

"Honey Bees"
Acrylics on wood
36x36"


"Porcelain"
Acrylic on wood
30x30"


"Eternity"
Acrylics on wood
18x24"


"Fleurs de soie"
Acrylics on wood
30x30"


"Secret Garden"
Acrylics on wood
18x24"


"Day Dreaming"
Acrylics on wood
20x20"


"Love, Care, Heal" 
Triptych
Acrylics x 24K gold on panel
18x18"
available


"Éclats"
Acrylics on wood panel
36x36"
Available


"Fragments"
Acrylics x 24K gold on panel
36x36"
available

"Winnie"
Acrylics x 24K gold on panel
30x30"
available


"Carissa"
Acrylics x 24K gold on panel
30x40"
available



"Tsunaina"
Acrylics x 24K gold on panel
30x40"
available


"Matryoshka"
Acrylics on wood panel
30x40"
sold


"Bloom"
Acrylics on wood panel
30x40"
sold



"Kintsugi"
Acrylics and gold leaves on wood panel
24x30"
available


"Porcelain"
Acrylics and gold leaves on wood panel
24x30"
sold


"La Montréalaise"
Acrylics on wood panel
40x60"
sold


"The Guilty Pleasures"
Acrylics and LED lights embellishments on wood panel
48x60"
available


"Porcelain"
Acrylics and gold pigment on wood panel
24x30"
sold


"Julia" Orwellian inspired diptych
Acrylics and gold leaves on wood panel
Two X 48x60"
sold


"Rosée Nocturne"
Acrylics and epoxy embellishment on wood panel
30x40"
available


"Wild Thoughts"
Acrylics on wood panel
36x36"
available



"The Butterfly Effect"
Acrylics on wood panel
40x40"
sold


"Unspoken Words"
Acrylics on wood panel
40x40"
available


"Nature Morte"
Acrylics on wood panel
40x40"
sold


"Connection"
Acrylics on wood panel
48x48"
sold


"Frost Bites"
Acrylics on wood panel
40x40"
available


"Fleur de peau"
Acrylics on wood panel
48"x48"
sold


"The silenced queen"
Acrylics on wood panel
48"x48"
sold


"Tell me something beautiful"
Acrylics on wood panel
48"x48"
sold


"Missing Pieces"
Acrylics on cut out wood panel
30x60"




1 comment:

  1. Born in 1987 and currently residing in Montreal, self taught artist, Roxy Peroxyde undertakes the creative process of a first collection in 2010. She went on and presented a second collection 3 years later, perfecting her technique and ascetics.

    Describing her work as feminist, Roxy intends to combat fire with fire through visuals reminiscent of the advertising world, by giving women a sacred place at the heart of her artistic process. Finding beauty where there is meaning and meaning where there is beauty.

    Peroxyde's work starts from the conceptualisation of an image that she priorly captures on camera, with models she personally knows and involves in the creative process. She then instinctively chooses and uses them as reference for the final product, a meticulously hand painted acrylic art piece. It is through the rendering of emotion and it's capacity to communicate the essence of a woman that her work enchants its audience.

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