Central in Clara Duflos‘ work are women pictured without a face or expression, anonymous, symbolizing the often tensed position of women in society. In her own words: “they are fleeing from a place, away from something”.
Utilizing a broad selection of vivid colors and a great deal of movement, her paintings leave a visually dynamic impression on any observer.
Born in Grenoble, Clara moved to Brussels six years ago to pursue a Master’s degree in graphic design at the Belgian art school La Cambre. Although she produces most of her work on canvas and paper, her biggest passion are murals, the bigger the better.
Inspirations: The list is endless but currently the work of Alexey Luka and Paul Wackers have gotten a lot of attention from Clara.
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