Amandine Urruty – Artist and Illustrator

Selected graphite on paper drawings by French artist and illustrator, Amandine Urruty.

After a Master of Philosophy (Art) / D.E.A. d’Arts Plastiques in Toulouse and a brief career in the underground music scene, Amandine Urruty started to focus more and more on the arts. The French artist mainly works with graphite on paper, but also colored wall paintings are part of her repertoire. Amandine Urruty draws deviant portraits of characters, which look pretty strange and cute at the same time. Her artworks are visual metaphors for various topics.

I selected the following four pieces of graphite drawings to give you a glimpse of Amandine Urruty creative work. You can find more of her drawings here.

It’s All About Love - Drawing from 2015 by French artist and illustrator, Amandine Urruty.
It’s All About Love – Drawing from 2015 by French artist and illustrator, Amandine Urruty.
Disco Ball - artwork made with graphite on paper in the size of 70×100 cm.
Disco Ball – artwork made with graphite on paper in the size of 70×100 cm.
Flowers - 24×36 inches (91,44 x 60,96cm) - drawn with graphite on paper.
Flowers – 24×36 inches (91,44 x 60,96cm) – drawn with graphite on paper.
This artwork is the first part of a Triptych called 'Egg'. It was created for an exhibition at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery.
This artwork is the first part of a Triptych called ‘Egg’. It was created for an exhibition at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery.
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