Kamille Freske

I’ve seen Kamille Freske’s described as “ethereal,” but something about it reminds me of some vintage pulp horror art (which, for me, is a great thing).
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Perhaps it’s the cool color palette or the brush technique.
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She states:
Art is the ultimate escape for me. It allows me to leave this world for hours, and truly make my dreams come alive. I never grew out of the childhood stage of playing pretend. I am constantly daydreaming, and creating worlds and alternative realities inside my mind.
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Art is the way I translate these dreams and fantasies into something tangible, and hopefully relateable. My sincerest hope when presenting my art is that it will instill emotion within the viewer.
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Kamille Freske

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One Response to “Kamille Freske”

  1. Reblogged this on Nyla Vox.

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