Description The Pirate, a character full of action and passion. I love it. Whats the pirates quest here? Gold? no. Freedom? naturally. But Love too! She's human after all ;-) And shes got both and is celebrating...This painting is also a tribute to Captain Harlock, dear misogynous hero, who fought the scariest creatures (women of course ;-), and enjoyed a glass of wine sometimes (to fight solitude, my guess).The mermaids represent the baddies, the shark represent the fight and strength. The dragon is the Pirates pet.The prisoner, who accepted the pirates game with a smile, is the pirates partner. Hes ruling the game probably. Most certainly. Hes anyway the Pirates ultimate quest, impressive in front of a shining sun.I also wanted to present a woman drinking, and not a cup of tea. That may sounds common, but it's an image that is totally rejected by the conservative, agressive and intolerant society.its part of my own quest for Freedom, to represent any aspect of females liberty.
Berengere Sudmann, Paris Member Since November 2010 Artist Statement French painter, illustrator and colleuse Born in Paris in 1974. Still living near the Eiffel tower (I'm addicted to the sexy old lady)
My handle: Candy Froggie My real name try-to-remember-it-but : Bérengère Sudmann (berengere = the one who hunts the bear with a lance. Just don't mess with me! ... kidding ;-) My signature: Candles (it's short!)
My quest: Freedom
My inspiration? Juan Giménez & Leiji Matsumoto. You don't know them? *shrugging*, no problem, really. You know them?? waw, I'm surprised, really.
There's nothing to add really about me... oh, except that I'm an adventurer, yes: sometimes I can walk with 11cm heels. Seriously, no kidding.
... if you have any other question, please contact me, I'll answer you :)