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Artist: Fleur Thesmar
"TWO ROSES", watercolor, flowers, petals, rose, pink, green leaves, beauty, love
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
TWO ROSES is a new watercolor on Fabriano paper by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 30x22", and is a striking composition in tones of rose, pink, gold and green. It's a courageous work of art, seemingly a reflection or a symmetry but of course they are two distinct, complex flowers. From Fleur Thesmar – "Standing on top of each other like mystic roses...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

"WINTER SEEDS 3", watercolor, new england, snow, wild flowers, seeds, white, ice
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
WINTER SEEDS 3 is a large new watercolor on Arches paper by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 22x30", and is mounted on a simple backing matte. The artwork would ship flat. An extr...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

"TRANSFIGURATION", abstract watercolor, landscape, trees, water, green, blue sky
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
TRANSFIGURATION is a new watercolor on Fabriano paper by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 30x22", and is a structured composition in tones of green, blue, umber, rose and teal. Bordering on abstraction and figuration, a landscape of trees and water and sky appears to open up symmetrically, possibly revealing a spirit. From Fleur Thesmar – "Inspired by a mathematical model, I painted this abstraction which slowly took on the form of a person. The shivering brushstrokes create a textured relief, while the person seems to emerge from and recede into the background." Having moved her family from France to America, artist Fleur Thesmar closely observed the changes in her world – from the seemingly obvious such as surrounding landscapes, the light of day and weather, the flowers, trees and shorelines – to the smaller less obvious shifts, such as how one behaves in a new world, in a new home, how one cherishes certain belongings and certain memories. Her artistic practice is borne out of that close observation and shift in perspective, and has led to a number of successful gallery shows in the U.S. and internationally. Fleur Thesmar has shown at Beacon Gallery in Boston MA, 440 Gallery, Brooklyn NY, Old West Museum, Cheyenne WY, Belmont Art Gallery, Belmont MA...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Archival Paper, Watercolor

"PLENTY", watercolor, abstract, ice cream, landscape, patterns, textiles, fruit
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
PLENTY is a new watercolor on Fabriano paper by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 22x30". Note the gentle complexity of the composition, the suggestion of dollops of ice cream and fruit, or piles of colorful clothes, or a fanciful landscape. The scale grows large and small, far away and right in your lap! From Fleur Thesmar – "My memory invents places and shapes, finding new games of mirrors thanks to mathematical models and theories. Shapes resembling bowls of fruit, balloons, landscapes and so on, actually fulfill a dream of mine to free the imagination and let the viewer invent as well." Having moved her family from France to America, artist Fleur Thesmar closely observed the changes in her world – from the seemingly obvious such as surrounding landscapes, the light of day and weather, the flowers, trees and shorelines – to the smaller less obvious shifts, such as how one behaves in a new world, in a new home, how one cherishes certain belongings and certain memories. Her artistic practice is borne out of that close observation and shift in perspective, and has led to a number of successful gallery shows in the U.S. and internationally. Fleur Thesmar has shown at Beacon Gallery in Boston MA, 440 Gallery, Brooklyn NY, Old West Museum, Cheyenne WY, Belmont Art Gallery, Belmont MA, and Salon Ile-de-France 2020, Bourg-La-Reine, France. Her work is on permanent display at the Tower Hill Botanic...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

"MEMORY BOX", abstract watercolor, change, journey, family, map, green, mauve
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
MEMORY BOX is a new watercolor on Arches paper by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 22x30", and is a striking composition in tones of rose, emerald green, mauve, blue and violet. It's a courageous work of art, seemingly a map or record of change for the artist and her family. From Fleur Thesmar – "Memory Box is a painting of how we remember changes in our lives, sometimes in a fuzzy way. Daily rituals can blur important moments where a shift occured. We look at pictures or videos and over time tend to lose details." Having moved her family from France to America, artist Fleur Thesmar closely observed the changes in her world – from the seemingly obvious such as surrounding landscapes, the light of day and weather, the flowers, trees and shorelines – to the smaller less obvious shifts, such as how one behaves in a new world, in a new home, how one cherishes certain belongings and certain memories. Her artistic practice is borne out of that close observation and shift in perspective, and has led to a number of successful gallery shows in the U.S. and internationally. Fleur Thesmar has shown at Beacon Gallery in Boston MA, 440 Gallery, Brooklyn NY, Old West Museum, Cheyenne WY, Belmont Art Gallery, Belmont MA, and Salon Ile-de-France 2020, Bourg-La-Reine, France. Her work is on permanent display at the Tower Hill Botanic...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

"ABSTRACT (Reflect)", watercolor, symmetry, sun, moon, water, natural pigments
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
ABSTRACT (Reflect) is a new watercolor on Fabriano paper by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 30x22", and is a striking composition in tones of slate blue, teal, umber and tan. Note the symmetry, the apparent clearing in the center and rippling to the sides. And of course the focus, the great celestial sphere... From Fleur Thesmar – "Some geometric shapes and reflections seem to come alive, like the Sun or the Moon in the sky reflecting on a pond. It's like a game of mirrors, a vibration. This painting is made with hand-harvested pigments transformed in watercolor, in an effort to investigate the history and sustainability of my medium." Having moved her family from France to America, artist Fleur Thesmar closely observed the changes in her world – from the seemingly obvious such as surrounding landscapes, the light of day and weather, the flowers, trees and shorelines – to the smaller less obvious shifts, such as how one behaves in a new world, in a new home, how one cherishes certain belongings and certain memories. Her artistic practice is borne out of that close observation and shift in perspective, and has led to a number of successful gallery shows in the U.S. and internationally. Fleur Thesmar has shown at Beacon Gallery in Boston MA, 440 Gallery, Brooklyn NY, Old West Museum, Cheyenne WY, Belmont Art Gallery, Belmont MA, and Salon Ile-de-France 2020, Bourg-La-Reine, France. Her work is on permanent display at the Tower Hill Botanic...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

"MY OUT-OF-REACH GARDEN", abstract watercolor, memory, flowers, stars, textile
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
MY OUT-OF-REACH GARDEN is a new watercolor on Fabriano paper by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 22x30", and is a structured composition in tones of blue, violet, rose, gold and green. Bordering on abstraction and representation, there appear to be sheets of paper, a desk, and yet surrounded by flowers, patterns and textiles it becomes a larger scene, a collection of memories. From Fleur Thesmar – "When you cannot return to a place you love, your memory invents the place for you. Apparent forms are suddenly unrecognizable, a reconstructed memory of a far-away place. Wrapped in patterns, grids and cloth, lights and stars shine as if from a mirror. Throughout are organic, fantastic shapes of flowers." Having moved her family from France to America, artist Fleur Thesmar closely observed the changes in her world – from the seemingly obvious such as surrounding landscapes, the light of day and weather, the flowers, trees and shorelines – to the smaller less obvious shifts, such as how one behaves in a new world, in a new home, how one cherishes certain belongings and certain memories. Her artistic practice is borne out of that close observation and shift in perspective, and has led to a number of successful gallery shows in the U.S. and internationally. Fleur Thesmar has shown at Beacon Gallery in Boston MA, 440 Gallery, Brooklyn NY, Old West Museum, Cheyenne WY, Belmont Art Gallery, Belmont MA, and Salon Ile-de-France 2020, Bourg-La-Reine, France. Her work is on permanent display at the Tower Hill Botanic...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

"ABSTRACT (Tree) ", watercolor, geometry, sun, trees, road, natural pigments
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
ABSTRACT (Tree) is a new watercolor on Fabriano paper by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 30x22", and is a striking composition in tones of gold, slate green, umber and tan. Note the strong sense of unfurling, of opening up the road and sky. And of course the tree that serves as invitation and destination all at once. From Fleur Thesmar – "Some geometric shapes and reflections seem to come alive, like the Sun in the sky, an open road, a huge tree from the ground up. It's like a game of mirrors, a vibration. This painting is made with hand-harvested pigments transformed in watercolor, in an effort to investigate the history and sustainability of my medium." Having moved her family from France to America, artist Fleur Thesmar closely observed the changes in her world – from the seemingly obvious such as surrounding landscapes, the light of day and weather, the flowers, trees and shorelines – to the smaller less obvious shifts, such as how one behaves in a new world, in a new home, how one cherishes certain belongings and certain memories. Her artistic practice is borne out of that close observation and shift in perspective, and has led to a number of successful gallery shows in the U.S. and internationally. Fleur Thesmar has shown at Beacon Gallery in Boston MA, 440 Gallery, Brooklyn NY, Old West Museum, Cheyenne WY, Belmont Art Gallery, Belmont MA, and Salon Ile-de-France 2020, Bourg-La-Reine, France. Her work is on permanent display at the Tower Hill Botanic...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

"DREAM 1", watercolor, abstract flowers, cypresses, feathers, lilac, gold, blue
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
DREAM 1 is a new watercolor on Fabriano paper by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 30x22", and is a striking composition in tones of gold, blue, rose and pink. Here again the artist plays with scale and invites the viewer to play as well – trees, feathers, or flowers in the abstract? From Fleur Thesmar – "My dreams inspire new drawings, like pink cypresses in the countryside, feathers or lilac branches close at hand. I love to free the viewer's gaze, to wander in their own imagination." Having moved her family from France to America, artist Fleur Thesmar closely observed the changes in her world – from the seemingly obvious such as surrounding landscapes, the light of day and weather, the flowers, trees and shorelines – to the smaller less obvious shifts, such as how one behaves in a new world, in a new home, how one cherishes certain belongings and certain memories. Her artistic practice is borne out of that close observation and shift in perspective, and has led to a number of successful gallery shows in the U.S. and internationally. Fleur Thesmar has shown at Beacon Gallery in Boston MA, 440 Gallery, Brooklyn NY, Old West Museum, Cheyenne WY, Belmont Art Gallery, Belmont MA, and Salon Ile-de-France 2020, Bourg-La-Reine, France. Her work is on permanent display at the Tower Hill Botanic...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Archival Paper, Watercolor

"SOUL MOUNTAIN", watercolor, landscape, sky, stone, clouds, green, blue, rose
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
SOUL MOUNTAIN is a new watercolor on Fabriano paper by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 22x30". Note the flow of the landscape, the curves and fields ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

"SECRET GARDEN 1", watercolor, flowers, foliage, day, night, sky, sparkling, wet
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
SECRET GARDEN 1 is a new watercolor on Fabriano paper by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 22x30". Note the complexity of the composition, the suggestion of one specific place in a...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

"SECRET GARDEN 2", watercolor, flowers, foliage, sky, sparkling, patterns, stars
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
SECRET GARDEN 2 is a new watercolor on Fabriano paper by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 22x30". It is custom framed with anti-UV and anti-glare glas...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

"ABSTRACT (Vibration)", watercolor, geometry, milky way, ocean, natural pigments
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
ABSTRACT (Vibration) is a new watercolor on Fabriano paper by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 30x22", and is a striking composition in tones of rose,...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

"STELLATA MAGNOLIA 2", watercolor, tree, flowers, forsythia, home, architecture
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
STELLATA MAGNOLIA 2 is a new watercolor on Arches paper by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 30x22". Note the fluid precision of the tree, blossoming into...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

"DEATH VALLEY", watercolor, mojave desert, Badwater, storm, sky, clouds, salt
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
DEATH VALLEY is a new watercolor on Arches paper by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 22x30" and is professionally framed in white with UV protection, anti-glare glass. Framed it m...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

"POOR ME", watercolor, hand, bubble wrap, safety, protection, isolated, virus
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
POOR ME is a small watercolor on Arches paper by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 7x5". Matted and framed in gold, it measures 13x11". Though completed over a year ago, it's a tim...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

"MAGNOLIAS", acrylic painting on panel, flowers, geometry, nature, flora pattern
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
MAGNOLIAS is a new acrylic painting on panel by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 18x24". The artist has written about an epiphany she had studying tre...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Acrylic, Panel

"HOPE", watercolor, spring, snow flowers, trees, moss, gardens, flora, nature
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
HOPE is a new watercolor on Arches paper by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 22x30". The artist has written that in the spring of 2020, at the height ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

"APPLE BLOSSOM AND YEW", watercolor, flowers, tree, berries fruit, flora pattern
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
APPLE BLOSSOM AND YEW is a new watercolor on Arches paper by Fleur Thesmar. This is part of a series by the artist examining the inherent geometry and co...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

"ROAD TO PARADISE", egg tempera, trees, fruit, blossoms, geometry, flora pattern
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
ROAD TO PARADISE is an egg tempera on Ampersand panel by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 24x18x1" and is unvarnished (as many artists prefer). Against a grid of gentle reds, yellows and cream...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Egg Tempera, Panel

"THUNDER ROLL", watercolor, glass, kitchen, travel, memory, identity, home, love
By Fleur Thesmar
Located in Toronto, Ontario
THUNDER ROLL is a watercolor on Arches paper by Fleur Thesmar. The artwork measures 22x30". It is professionally framed in white, with UV protection and anti-glare glass. Framed it measures 26x34". A recurring subject for the artist, a world traveller, is memory and landscape, possessions and identity. In "Thunder Roll" we see cherished wine glasses in a carton being packed or unpacked, either way in a state of transition. The play of light on the glass and on the wrapping paper suggests sunny days and warm moments. And the presence of the leaves adds a natural, wholesome energy to this home. From Fleur Thesmar – "The painting "Thunder Roll" is part of a body of work called “Removal” which features semi-realistic still lives of clothes, bubble wrap and sometimes cardboard and glasses. It questions themes​ such as possession and identity, removal and travel, memories and storage. It also resonates with landscapes and here, with the summer fields in France before the storm. I store memories of large tables, wine glasses and lace napkins...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Fleur Thesmar Art

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Watercolor, Archival Paper

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Find a wide variety of authentic Fleur Thesmar art available for sale on 1stDibs. If you’re browsing the collection of art to introduce a pop of color in a neutral corner of your living room or bedroom, you can find work that includes elements of orange, purple and other colors. You can also browse by medium to find art by Fleur Thesmar in paint, archival paper, paper and more. Much of the original work by this artist or collective was created during the 21st century and contemporary and is mostly associated with the contemporary style. Not every interior allows for large Fleur Thesmar art, so small editions measuring 5 inches across are available. Customers who are interested in this artist might also find the work of Amy Cheng, Joël Fougman, and Jack Henry. Fleur Thesmar art prices can differ depending upon medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $400 and tops out at $2,000, while the average work can sell for $1,100.

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