A printmaker’s view of trees: Sabine Salgues
Printmaker Sabine Salgues was born in 1971, living and working in Paris.
She completing her studies in Visual Arts with a master’s degree in Printmaking at the University of Paris 8.
She explores several printing techniques, such as intaglio, screen printing, and lithography.
In 2000, she became a professor of Visual Arts in the city of Paris. At the same time she developed her work in screen printing and intaglio in different workshops (Laure Debadier, Rudy Munger, Olivier Nadel, Muriel Rigal, Alain Cazalis, and Francis Capdeboscq). From this research were born images on movement, the desire to fix the present moment, but also that of leaving traces of time.
Her current works on trees are exhibited at the JGC-Contemporary Engraving exhibition in the town hall of the 6th arrondissement of Paris from February 8 to March 1, 2023, with about 40 other artists.
Photographer: Martina Nicolls