Koralie is a French female artist from a village in Camargue in the South of France. She studied architecture in Montpellier and had already begun exhibiting her work before discovering street art. This discovery was a true revelation for her as she began painting on city walls, thus becoming one of the first French women to practice this illegal art form. After a few years spent in Brooklyn with her husband, a multidisciplinary artist, and their two children, the family returned to France and settled in the South East Basque coast. Koralie draws her inspiration from her travels and the different cultures and traditions of the world. She finds both an aesthetic richness and a great variety of symbols that feed her imagination. But it is nature above all in the ordered, almost mathematical way in which leaves, flowers and buds are attached on a stem that inspire.
Pierre Frey offers a new means of escape in the GALERIE 2 collection, which is composed entirely of panoramic views. A second opus where the walls have no limits and where nature is the primary inspiration. With attention to detail and originality, each décor is a true work of art, daring eclecticism and the unexpected.
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