Updated: Nov 3
In the realm of art, Petra Meikle De Vlas crafts pieces that echo the profound connection between artistry and the vast, mesmerizing ocean. Her creations goes beyond traditional techniques. She harnesses the raw power of the elements like fire, water, gravity and wind to recreate the essence of earth's wonders. As a French journalist, I've encountered the works of numerous contemporary artists, but Petra's unique blend of ocean-inspired art truly sets her apart.
The creations from her studio, situated a mere 500 meters from the sea, draws heavily from the ocean's ever-changing moods. The deep blues and vibrant turquoise, the shimmering lights, and the rhythmic dance of the waves are vividly captured in her artworks. Each piece feels like a heartfelt ode to the majesty of the ocean, appealing to art collectors and enthusiasts alike.
Beyond the immediate surroundings, the distant Great Barrier Reef, located 19 nautical miles away, plays a significant role in her creations. This natural wonder, with its vibrant colors and diverse marine life, offers a vast palette of inspiration, further enriching Petra's art.
Yet, 250m from her studio, the enigmatic crocodile river offers another layer of inspiration. With its serene flow and the subtle mysteries it holds, the river adds a touch of tranquility to her creations.
For those seeking art that resonates with the soul, Petra Meikle De Vlas offers a journey where the whispers of the river, the roars of the ocean, and the vibrancy of the Great Barrier Reef converge in harmony.
Hugo, a French journalist