Saturday, 14 April 2018

I had a dream


Cette série ce repose sur les questions des Trafic humains dans la société africaine aujourd’hui, qui prend de l’ampleur chaque jour. En tant qu’artiste je me demande quel est réellement notre rôle en tant qu’être humain ? Que voulons-nous lui donner ? Quelles sont nos responsabilités face à ces problèmes que vivent la jeunesse africaine qui est pourtant symbole de l’émergence et la construction ! Quel est notre place face à ce monde d’où les droits de l’Homme sont piétinés ? Comment pensons construire un monde meilleur pourtant d’autres sont mutilé ? Autre fois on a reconnu le mérite des africains dans le monde mais aujourd’hui ?

 
Disneyland ou es-tu? _ stylo bille sur papier


Diamant Noir _ stylo bille sur papier


L'Incontournable _ stylo bille sur papier

Réconfort _ stylo bille sur papier

No matter what _ stylo bille sur papier

Child Light _ stylo bille sur papier


Je suis comme toi _ stylo bille sur papier

Justice league2 _ stylo bille sur papier

Justice League _ stylo bille sur papier

Friday, 26 January 2018

Decorative painting projects

This Interior decorative painting project was carried out by a group of young artist in Cameroon. It consisted of painting life scenes so as to obtain realistic effects. The mastery of  the trompe l'œil technique, marble representation, false sky, gold leaf and many other techniques put together to form a whole. Do not hesitate to contact if you need such services. We are available both in Cameroon and France.




Aquarium painting on wooden ceiling, 2017
Decorative painting - Yaoundé Cameroon


Aquarium painting on wooden ceiling, 2017
Decorative painting - Yaoundé Cameroon

Aquarium painting on wooden ceiling, 2017
Decorative painting - Yaoundé Cameroon


Aquarium painting on wooden ceiling, 2017
Decorative painting - Yaoundé Cameroon

Aquarium painting on wooden ceiling, 2017
Decorative painting - Yaoundé Cameroon


Aquarium painting on wooden ceiling, 2017
Decorative painting - Yaoundé Cameroon


Decoration Faux ciel, faux marbre et feuille d'or
Yaoundé Cameroon 2016-2017

Decoration Faux ciel, faux marbre et feuille d'or
Yaoundé Cameroon 2016-2017

Decoration faux marbre et feuille d'or
Yaoundé Cameroon 2016-2017

Decoration granit et feuille d'or
Yaoundé Cameroon 2016-2017

Decoration trompe œil et feuille d'or
Yaoundé Cameroon 2016-2017

Decoration Faux ciel, scène de vie et feuille d'or
Yaoundé Cameroon 2017

Decoration  colonne  et feuille d'or
Yaoundé Cameroon 2016-2017

Plâtre Sculpté, faux marbre et feuille d'or
Yaoundé Cameroon 2016-2017

Decoration faux marbre
Yaoundé Cameroun 2017

Peinture decorative, feuille d'or
Yaoundé Cameroun 2017

Scene de vie, feuille d'or
Yaoundé Cameroun 2017 

Decoration Faux ciel, scène de vie et feuille d'or
Yaoundé Cameroon 2016-2017

Vieillissement têtes en bronze 
Yaoundé Cameroun 2017


Decoration Faux ciel et feuille d'or
Yaoundé Cameroon 2016-2017




Art Projects


Save the Women
This work relies on the issues of breast mutilation, which is one of the leading causes of  breast cancer not much talked of. This practice, which is only gaining momentum on a daily basis, is more prevalent in Africa and especially in Cameroon, with the aim of delaying the transition to adolescence of young girls so that boys are not attracted to them but instead allow them to follow studies as long as possible. The process that is very painful and deadly, consists of ironing or massaging the breasts of this kids with instruments like spatula and heated stone either attach an elastic band on their chest all along the year or even more. All this promotes, among other things, the development of breast cancer and difficulties or even a lack of breastfeeding in future pregnancies.

Save the Women,
1st price Art Contest Octobre Rose 2017.
Ball pen on paper 70x50cm
Aix Marseille university
Photo: Gildas Paré (Artist)
Painting: Aziseh Emmanuel


Am not a terrorist
I approach in this work, the look that some bear on others in the society. A society where some people do not tolerate others because of their religion. Today terrorism is considered as a religion and those who are terrified are themselves called terrorists. We can not move forward as some people turn away from others. It is a kind of punishment that some people inflict upon others when they move away from their rights. My work is a kind of way to the culture of peace. I think that our roles as humans, is to build and not to destroy. Man has to cultivate the acceptance of one another  because solidarity between the human family can not be fully realized when some people are isolated from the great community.

Am not a terrorist, 2017
Ball pen on paper 60x40cm
Espoir Jeune Art Contest (not awarded)
Doual'Art Gallery SUD 2017

The Memorial
My work is like a place of memory, a small vision of what our slave ancestors lived on the site of Bimbia. That's why I did it in a narrative style. I immerse the public in a kind of empathy with these different stages and the journey of slaves from the hinterlands, through the slave market, the door of no return and the boarding of the latter to unknown lands.



 
The Memorial, 2016
Ball pen on paper 100x80cm
3rd Price National Art Contest
Exhibited at the Cameroon National Museum 2017-2018







Portail de l'art (Cameroon Cultural Center)

The work entitled "Portail de l'art" which is the Cameroonian cultural center, proposes to us a new vision of the art through this surrogate mother who takes account of the lost time, decides to launch a new challenge marked by the clock which signifies the resumption of activity; in all, a rebirth. If there is no past, there will be no innovation. So a return to the source has allowed us with the help of the new technology represented here by a keyboard that reminds us of the computer, which provides us with the data of the past and remains as a source of inspiration to develop a country endowed with a solid diversified culture. The woman, being at the center of the culture, reminds us of a culture of solidarity of the peoples of the grass-field and this persistent look, which leans towards this dazzling horizon which reminds us the near future which is 2035. So we think that Cameroon will reach its dream as emerged country in the field of art and culture through this cultural space.

Portail de l'art, 2015
Acrylic on canvas
2nd price National Contest 
Permanent exhibition Cameroon Cultural Center


Perception pour un nouveau monde

This work depicts a new world of unity and peace. I related this to traditional musical and modern instruments of music, in spite of their nature, they produce the same music when played together. I think these are basic exemples on which man can rely to fix issues of disunity in our society.


Perception pour un nouveau monde, 2014
Mixed media, 80x60cm
2nd price Art contest
Delegation of Arts and Culture Foumban Cameroon








Ballpoint Pen

Tunning

 I found it benefiting in participating massively in the relooking of  items by painting on them and trying to give them a second chance of living again in other words, bring back to life what was said to be worn out. Today, the case is different because consumers now purchase new shoes from shops and bring them to me to personalize them at their own satisfaction.
Art has permitted me to interact with the public naturally in a creative and spontaneous manner and, it has given me the zeal to professionalize my art which permits me to exploit diverse activities and different forms of graphic expressions.















Exposition Jeune Espoir 2017

https://mariellemw.com/2017/10/07/art-exposition-jeunes-espoirs-2017-a-doualart/comment-page-1/


http://www.salonurbaindedouala.org/2017/07/07/concours-jeunes-espoirs-2017-resultats-de-la-phase-de-preselection/



Art Project: Save The Future


We are one, 2017
save the future4, 2017
One world, one dream, 2017
Save the futre3, 2017
Save the future2, 2017

Save the future1, 2017

I had a dream

Cette série ce repose sur les questions des Trafic humains dans la société africaine aujourd’hui, qui prend de l’ampleur chaque jo...