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HOLISTIC SCENOGRAPHIC MURALS  &  ARCHITECTURAL  METAMORPHOSIS 



Jeanne Ricketts filmed by one of her young students whilst processing 'Life injection" in her private studio at Romy Schneider's Villa Solitude in 2016, Plage Mala, Cap D'ail, F         
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ART COLLECTORS HAVE COMMONLY FOUND IN JEANNE RICKETTS' WORKS A REMINISCENCE IN STYE, WITH THE PAINTINGS OF HOKUSAI, FOR OFTEN BEING REFERRED TO HIS WAVES - WITH THE LINES OF ZAHA HADID FOR BOTH BEEING DRIVEN BY THE SHAPES OF DUNES, REMINISCENT OF SWAY'S LARGE SCALE OCEAN'SKIES - WITH ROBERTO MATTA FOR HER «SOULSCAPES» VERSUS HIS «INSCAPES» - AND AT LAST, WITH FRIDA KAHLO FOR A SIMILAR DESTINY, AND PROCESSES OF HOLISTIC VISUALISATION.

 

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Never before has the family of humankind had a greater need for the power of Art to generate calming connections across world systems. Rickett's visionary paintings link internal emotional and cognitive systems with external cultural realities and explore new patterns for understanding nature & human nature." - 

Dr. Phillip Romero MD & Joe La Placa Director of Cardi Gallery London, authors of the psychology book "Phantom Stress"






"Sensibilité, Précision, Créativité." -  Louis Cane, 2010




"Through her painter's eye, her photographs inspired her paintings.

Both have developed into thematic crossed layers

which she adds SOUL in calligraphic expression."Marco Bianco + 

IN CAMERA Photo Gallery, Pietra Santa  2005




"Au fil des étoiles, l’oeil s’aperçoit que ses représentations sont d’un autre monde,

et qu’elles demeurent pour nos regards éternellement présentes dans une fusion de symboles.." -  

Jean-Marie FIORUCCI, Agence France Presse 2010




"In search of supreme harmony, she fearlessly trespasses ordinary limits,

stretching contrasts to thinned out extremes. All is brought into another dimension.

The vibes of liveliness in her works, in which various shapes intertwine like tartans, give the

impression that her works aren't static." -  Masayuki SASAO, Architect, Tokyo 2019




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