Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke is a contemporary painter and digital artist who lives and works in Los Angeles. She is licensed as an architect in France who has pursued in parallel an art education in both France and the United States. Being in Los Angeles and a region of constant visual interaction, she has enjoyed developing in parallel two distinct forms of artistic expression, painting and digital artwork, which both use traditional and contemporary tools that are complementary.
For each new series, she develops a fresh pictorial vocabulary with different techniques conveying the singularity of a particular environment, socio-political event or philosophical thoughts. In general, her largest body of work mostly consists of reinterpreting landscaping space through personal observation with a hidden message behind it.
Her artistic research focuses on the definition of space, light, and graphic limits within a nonconventional approach through vibrant colors and textures that resonate through her artwork. Overall, her contemporary paintings and digital artworks remain within a classic aesthetic harmony.
As her personal conviction, she considers art, for both the artist and the viewer, “an uplifting and challenging experience filled with emotion.”