Alexia Carr - painter & sculptor
Anglo-french, Alexia Carr was introduced to the world of Art by her english father from early childhood. Alexia Carr is autodidacte. She finds her visual inspiration in the operatic and musical world as well as in the equestrian world, two universes she feels like linking together.
Her fascination for movements, emotions, faces (she is particularly talented in portraits ) stands out in her figurative, colorful and powerful paintings, reflecting her imaginative personality.
From the age of twenty, she exhibits her work in Toulouse (France):
"During a whole opera saison, she slips in the wings of the Capitole Opera house, she sketches dozens of drawings to create a series of superb paintings."
(La Dépèche, Toulouse 1992).
In Avignon Opera house, she exhibits forty of her oils: "Le chant de la peinture" (2006). Nice (CEDAC de Cimiez), Marseille, the Casino of Biarritz, Berlin ("Take a dive gallery" 2008, the Marocan Embassy) among others present her paintings as well.
At the age of twenty one, Alexia Carr illustrates her first children's book (Editions Milan – France), and creates the cover of a CD (Editions Gallo); at the age of twenty seven, she signs her first stained-glass windows, created with the stained-glass Master Michel Thomas in Valence (Church of Villeperdrix - Drôme provençale - France).
She is commissioned to paint a mural for a restaurant in Lyon (Carnégie Hall - 450 X 133).
In Berlin, she makes a "happening" painting a canvas from the movie "Star Trek" for Paramount Pictures (2009) and creates a mural "Freedom, the forgotten Luxuary".
She creates many publicity posters such as the one for the 113th Jumping Competition of Biarritz (1998); one of her sculptures is chosen for the trophy "Grand Prix".
Exhibitions in Berlin: Take-a-Dive Gallery, Hotel Adlon, Embassy of Marocco, EWA Frauen Zentrum,
Collective exhibitions in Berlin: Tacheles ("Grenzen"), Neuköllner Leuchtturm (Zwei Welten), Take-a Dive Gallery
As the same time, Alexia Carr is a lyrical singer. She has sang the part of Carmen (Bizet) on several occasions among others productions.
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