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Marie Galopin

in Nantes

Nuance

PRESENTED ON DEC 02, 2015
IN NANTES @ VOL 11

"My name is Marie Odile Gaultier, known as Marie Galopin. I was born in Tours. After a fairly ordinary schooling followed a training course in visual communication.
During this training, I first chose to focus on national art then later on Photoshop.
My albums were noticed due to their colours, and enabled me to collaborate with a number of illustrators and sign projects with publishing houses as Delcourt, Lombard, Casterman, Gallimard.
We worked in The ghost of the Opera by Chrisophe Gaultier, Gauguin y maximilien leroy, and on the coloring of the Radio France web doc presenting the Traviatta show at the Bastille Opéra.
This collaborative work as colorist allowed my work to be more visible in various exhibition in France and abroad.  
I love talking about my work and regulary give talks in schools.
I have just settled in Nantes and work in a co – working.
My job tends to be solitary so exchanging with others essential to me." Marie Galopin

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