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The romantic and bohemian art of Daniella Jones

ARTYGRAM @dandanjones

By Jessica Marinetto

This new episode of ARTYGRAM features Daniella Jones, a Danish artist with a creative soul who talks about herself between romantic colors and social media.

 
 
 
 
 
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Daniella, born in 1995, paints from an early age, has always loved doing it since she has memories of it also through a huge interest in learning a trade by doing it and for this reason she learned and developed self-taught techniques.

 
 
 
 
 
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A style that branches off into two recurring concepts: on the one hand experimentation and on the other the female figure who becomes the undisputed protagonist of his works.

 
 
 
 
 
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STYLE

Danielle initially painted mostly realistic portraitists with a fresh and pop imprint but over time she deepens a style linked to romanticism, with clean and drastic lines that, to date, distinguish her.

Bodies, faces and actions that intertwine perfectly within the canvas that is colored with light-dark shades with almost circular brushstrokes. The subjects and the colors are combined to create a depth through the geometries that make up the paintings.

 
 
 
 
 
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THE FEMALE SUBJECT

These figures are powerful and always present in her works for which women are strong in underlining from their work, skin color or religion. For this we see different types of painted women. Every woman must first of all be true to herself and feel free.

 
 
 
 
 
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Surely Daniella has been able to expose herself on social networks in order to promote her work. The reflection she makes on the use of social media is poetic: "I use my Instagram as my personal gallery" and again "it is important that people also see me in my creative moments and as the artist behind my works".

 
 
 
 
 
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And that's right, Daniella tells us a storytelling that is easy to fall in love with because it brings us back to a concept of "artist" to which few still refer.

A deeply bohemian narrative with a retro flavor in which the protagonists are Danielle and her art in the most embryonic moments of her works and the daily moments of her life that also include a passion for fashion and make-up.

 
 
 
 
 
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