At the beginning of yesterday everything was a land of stars at the loss of eternity.
Fascinated by the soul Lysa Karell tirelessly seeks to detect the authenticity of the gaze she shapes, thus creating immortal portraits. This she owes to Oscar Wilde and (The Portrait of Dorian Gray) novel which since her youth has been a source of inspiration. Basil Hallward as a model of excellence, she refines the realism and textures of the subjects she chooses. Aiming to reproduce a living and remarkably real reality in that uniqueness that we all possess.
A pagan heart and the spirit of a gypsy, nature as well as the movement of life occupy a divinely important part in his creative processes. Several works by Lysa Karell link the mythology, legends and deities of peoples around the world. It puts the deities in the foreground, often in an atmosphere of climate change pertaining to natural forces. His works sometimes distressing and dark, with rigid and strident lines, sometimes with a subtle luminosity. Hoping to get back to basics, environmental causes are extremely important to this nature-loving artist.
It is in these optics that she imposes herself as a portrait painter but also as an animal artist, her portraits approaching the true coat, she shades the pigments with softness and finesse. An activist activist for animal rights, she fights for the ideology of a respectful land.
Artist with multiple ambitions, she created Atropa Parcae, her online store. Thanks to this platform, she wishes to offer the possibility of obtaining series of prints of certain collections of her illustrated works.Producing a wide range of themes, it places in priorities: botany, architecture, magic, terror, animals and popular icons. Atropa Parcae is a second wind following the economic crisis linked to the tragedy of the pandemic which transformed many destinies. Lysa Karell wants to get closer to the citizens of the planet by creating sales content available to everyone.
Takes its Latin name in the Belladonna and the Fates
The awakening of the traveler was revealing for a young artist in search of new experiences, the one who loves to read The Little Prince book by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
North America; the United States and western Canada are so many different landscapes and cultures that provide daydreams to those who know how to look. Certainly Lysa Karell was transformed by these bohemian trips. Sleep under the stars on the seashore or on the top of wild mountains. From his car trip in western Canada. Make illustrations and portraits on the Atlantic City Boardwalk.
In these slices of luminous life we find a colourist with dazzling colors, no doubt from there that she was able to capture the true colors of existence.
Life near water is an important element that characterizes it in many works. The family summer house being located on the shores of a lake, she meditated a good number of creations there and identified her characters with literature and herbalism, a subject with which she herself was enamored.
Looking at the existence of an artist, it is pleasant to note that fate is colluding in the design
The beginning is sometimes closer to the end of the accomplishment.
Drawing presented itself early in Lysa Karell's life as another way for her to express herself. By starting with sketches of these favorite characters, she was already setting these artist bases. It was while watching the movie What dreams may come that she understood the splendor of painting and all its variations, even the darkest emotions.
It was while admiring her aunt, an equestrian and landscape painter, that she was captivated by visual art. Horses, emblem of his aunt's animal totem. Love and misfortunes are in some cases linked because she lives death by her own animal in the forest of her home. At dawn, a horse in the woods, now silent. Bequeathed are art materials, a memory and a mystical drama to a young six-year-old Lysa. A new cycle had just started. The transmission of creativity.
Without shadow there would be no light.
When I adopted my Shetland Shepherd Daividh Gilmour, he became my protector and my inspiration. Before, I only drew humanoid portraits, so inspired by this sublime creature with wall eyes that I started to offer animal portraits. My Scottish Baby is the basis for all of these creations and so many new and wonderful encounters with people who are passionate and dedicated to animals.
Following this, I am really proud to take off my business during the year 2020, thanks to your orders and your purchases on my Atropa Parcae store, we have together contributed to virtually adopt two species in difficulty, the arctic hare and than the gray wolf. By donating an amount to the WWF-Canada Foundation on each item or order sold by Lysa Karell and Atropa Parcae. I am so happy to be part of a better future for animals and our beautiful planet, this with you my dear friends! The Atropa Parcae family is growing !! Thank you very much !
On each item and order sold, a donation is offered to the WWF-Canada foundation to help preserve species, their habitats and fight against the climate crisis.
With you, Lysa Karell & Atropa Parcae have so far proudly adopted a Saw-whet owl, snowy owl, arctic hare and an gray wolf. Together, let's offer our support to the planet.On each item, a donation is offered to the WWF-Canada foundation to help preserve species, their habitats and fight against the climate crisis.
Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.
Leonardo Da Vinci