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Beatrice Sartori

Beatrice Sartori is a contemporary Spanish-Italian-Swiss collage artist, born in 1968 in Bern. A self-taught artist, she has developed her own technique of artistic collage, a discipline that she practices with passion. Author and illustrator of children's books, writing is also part of her life. Her first publication appeared in 2001. Other works were subsequently published, some of which were published for elementary schools in France. Her latest book, an imaginary tale, was released last year. She is currently working on a new youth project. Beatrice Sartori is a professional artist. She lives and works in Switzerland.Beatrice Sartori is a contemporary Spanish-Italian-Swiss collage artist, born in 1968 in Bern. A self-taught artist, she has developed her own technique of artistic collage, a discipline that she practices with passion. Author and illustrator of children's books, writing is also part of her life. Her first publication appeared in 2001. Other works were subsequently published, some of which were published for elementary schools in France. Her latest book, an imaginary tale, was released last year. She is currently working on a new youth project. Beatrice Sartori is a professional artist. She lives and works in Switzerland.

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    Contemporary Art

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    My inspiration comes spontaneously from the elements that surround me. These elements can be the shape of a scrap of paper, a reflection on a material, a shadow in foliage... I create my works by cutting out, with scissors, every detail of a painting. When all the pieces are cut out, I carefully assemble and glue them. Some areas can contain up to 8 overlapping elements. If the pieces are too small to grip between fingers, I use tweezers. Some works contain more than 300 pieces. My working tools are a pencil, scissors, tweezers, glue and paper of a variety of textures and a rich range of colors. With each of my series, I explore new graphics; I compose the shapes then carefully select the colors of the papers. My works are characterized by a personal and unusual production technique. My style is precise, graphic and colorful. Through my work, it is important to me to bring dreams, escape and fantasy.

    Beatrice Paintings

    This artist's statement reveals a unique and meticulous creative process. Drawing spontaneous inspiration from everyday elements like paper scraps, reflections, and shadows, the artist transforms these observations into intricate artworks.

    Each piece is meticulously crafted by cutting out detailed shapes with scissors and assembling them into layered compositions, some containing over 300 pieces. The use of simple tools—pencil, scissors, tweezers, glue, and various textured and colored papers—underscores the artist's dedication to precision and detail.

    Exploring new graphics with each series, the artist carefully composes shapes and selects colors, resulting in works characterized by a precise, graphic, and colorful style. The intention to evoke dreams, escape, and fantasy adds emotional depth, making each piece not only visually striking but also emotionally resonant.

    In conclusion, this statement highlights an artist who transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary through a personal and meticulous technique, inviting viewers into a world of whimsy and wonder.

    Sfumato Team

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