Painter from the North of France born in 1957, Clotilde Hulin Quarez grew up being bathed in a creative environment, in contact with nature. Nurtured by the discovery of photography and then digital painting, she took courses at the Fine Arts, in particular live model courses with Roger Frezin.
Mother of 4 children, she worked as a work psychologist, then was a business manager for 10 years. Since 2015, she has devoted herself entirely to painting, a journey between abstract and figurative on themes that have always inspired her: nature and landscapes, horses, faces and portraits.
From 2016, she regularly exhibits her paintings, especially in 2018 on the occasion of a solo exhibition on the theme of horses, from 2018 to 2020 at the Salon Historique d’Automne in Paris, at the end of 2018 at the New York Art Gallery. , from May to October 2019 in China at the Museum of the City of the Arts in Xi’an then in the International Gallery of Art for Young People and in 2020 at the National art center in Tokyo.
His works are featured on Saatchi . They can also be found in private collections in China and France.