Expositions en France:
au Bourget du lac
à Saint-Pierre de Chartreuse
Exposition à l'étranger:
J'ai exposé à AGORA Gallery à New-York en Juillet 2014.
J'ai figuré dans le numéro de Mai 2014 du magazine ARTisSpectrum avec ce commentaire (en anglais):
Micheline Belin’s elegant acrylic paintings blur the line between realism and abstraction. Micheline Belin works in a style somewhat reminiscent of the Impressionists, in which textures often soften and bleed into each other, and colors are slightly more separated and brilliant than in life. Her palette is beautifully realized and made complete by the artist’s exceptional talent for depicting the many different qualities of sunlight throughout the day. Particulars in texture are also carefully rendered, from the dark fuzz of a cypress tree to the radiant glassiness of a quick-moving stream. Micheline Belin largely paints outdoor scenes, but she is interested in a wide variety of subjects within that theme – so wide, in fact, that it allows her the freedom to experiment with different degrees of abstraction. One scene of Provence farmland reproduces the buildings and foliage faithfully, with only a little license taken with the tumbling colors of the grass. Another work, showing a tight close-up of a volcano erupting, is stylized into an epic clash of meaty, textured orange against murky green. Micheline Belin currently lives in Grenoble, France. She is a self-taught artist who has also worked, over the years, in silk painting, pastel, ink, oil, and collage.Ce commentaire traduit en Français :
Je figure aussi dans le numéro de Novembre 2014 de ce même magazine ARTisSpectrum.
Sur le site d'AGORA Gallery, Micheline BELIN était présentée ainsi :
Micheline Belin’s imaginative acrylic landscapes manage to stay constantly surprising while retaining a strain of realism that makes her paintings instantly relatable. Belin paints some of the world’s most recognizable terrains: Provence, with a nod to Cêzanne; Venice, with a hint of Canaletto; and countless summer countrysides à la Renoir. Belin’s personal spin is her ability to find dynamic movement within even the quietest of still afternoons. Her scenes contain no people, but the brushstrokes themselves streak across each work to create energy and a sense of place. Blues and yellows course down a grassy hill, suggesting hot air and a beating sun. Short strokes pile upon one another to create ocean waves. Belin combines the abstract with moments of skillful realism for the final image. Belin was born in Dijon, France and today lives in Grenoble.