“A painting needs to be made one’s own. It’s a kind of secret space where everyone can find one’s own personal refuge. Through painting, I feel anything is possible…The viewer can imagine anything and everything he wants. My reliefs and colors allow for countless interpretations.Then, the viewer will have made my painting his own.”
Carole Jury, 2020
Artist, Carole Jury is both a photographer and an abstract painter and she combines the two medium of expression in her process, starting from photography and then transposing it to painting to create her series with poetic names such as Dark sea or La Vie en Rose.
Her signature resides in her broad textured strokes, her ability to capture shadows and lights and her eye for color with canvases from vibrant reds to calming blues, subtle nuances of whites to powerful blacks. Working mainly in oils but also in acrylics, Carole Jury likes to play with materials to express herself: her paintings can be either made on canvas, wood or aluminum, incorporating leather or fabrics.
It is this unobtrusive, yet fascinating quality of Carole’s abstractions that makes them so suitable to any interior space, whether private or public.
Her modern approach and love for design has led her to become an artist resident of an interior designer of Princeton where her work is permanently displayed. She is represented by galleries based in New York, Las Vegas, New Hope. Her work can be found in private collections in Europe, USA and is exhibited in major art fairs as Scope, Aqua Art Miami, Art World Dubaï...You can her work on Singulart, Artsy, Artsper also.
MuseumWeek 2020 selected her Painting from "Lagoon" Series such as the official visual.
Carole Jury is a French born artist from Lyon and lives in Princeton (New Jersey).