Born in 1992, Cherryl Brunel is a French artist who lives and works in London. She graduated in printmaking from the National School of Fine Arts in Paris, 2017. (École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris). She has showcased her work in a host of exhibitions across Europe.
Inspired by the evolutive and psychedelic facets of nature, her recent practice seeks distinctive and boundless marriages of colours that generate interlacing organic shapes. She uses traditional methods such as marbling in which droplets of paint floating upon water are combed in a variety of designs before being printed on paper. By using a process that requires both dexterity and a sense of designing an ephemerally flowing image, she aims at finding an energetic balance in between what is man-made and nature-made. Looking at endless possibilities with these “faces of water”, she is expanding a repertoire of structures that is always starting with the same source of drops. Thus she wants to stimulate humans’scapability to recognise themselves within nature as themselves being an organic construction