Sandra Chevrier's Spiritual Artwork Incorporates Social Sentiments

By: Gil Haddi - Published: May 15, 2013 • References: sandrachevrier & sweet-station
Hidden within the spiritual artwork of the 'Drames en Couleur' series by Sandra Chevrier are messages about contemporary society and spirituality.

In this series, the artist portrays a more religious aspect of life, intermingling symbolism from across cultures and making references to different deities and their narratives. Her use of rich colors and saturated canvases draws viewers into aesthetic worlds full of drama and indulgence. Animals, plants and gods conjoin and interact in a traditionally nurturing way, while modern motifs such as war planes, balloons and various forms of media technology are prevalent throughout as well.

In her spiritual artwork, Sandra Chevrier finds a balance between today's hectic divergences and timeless traditions of peace and harmony. Stats for Dramatic Divinity Drawings Trending: Older & Chilly
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