Christine Drummond: A senior woman in color!
Born to a French mother and a Brazilian father, Christine Drummond is an eternal optimist. Its purpose? To feel joy through colorful paintings she calls “antidepressant wall.”
It was by chance that this mother falls on what would later become his passion. Indeed, moving and meeting will suffice to make this Carioca she has a gift: the colors. In his paintings, Christine likes to represent his native Brazil, highlighting “the mindset of the people who live there.”
But it was not until he saw one of the paintings of the famous Ghanaian artist Ablade Glover (known for using the technique of knife, ed) Christine understands that it is possible to give relief to his paintings. So she flew to Accra to meet the master, who becomes his “mentor.”
Christine is also a generous woman who likes to help others when she can. One of his paintings has also been sold in order to raise funds for the Ayrton Senna Foundation, which fights for the education of young Brazilians.
Today, Christine Bepop launches a collection of upscale clothing, 100% made in France, inspired by three of his paintings, found on www.bepopstore.com
You can admire his most recent works, from June 27 to July 13, 2014, to Olivia Ganancia Gallery (Paris 6).
By Bénédicte Dacan