From March till October Kamilles apple painting will be visible in Estonian Embassy in Berlin. 15 paintings and short stories tell the story of Estonia, its people and their mentality. Although the paintings depict apples, the exhibition is about people and their way of surviving despite different times.
Calendar about Estonians and apples An apple is like an Estonian. Each one is an individual. A little defect here, a scratch there. A stain on one cheek and a blemish on the other. Made ragged by the winds of time, but still there. Defiant. Full of aroma. Genuine. Not a shiny imported apple. Slightly […]
I would declare the apple as the national fruit of Estonia. Each of us has their
own memories of apples. Even when the farmsteads are gone and the people have left, the
apple tree still stands to remember its home. The apple tree does not give up, it bears flowers and then fruit, even when there is no one to take care of it. The apple tree is resilient – as resilient as the Estonian nation. An apple is like an Estonian, as the title of my exhibition given to celebrate EV100 tells you.
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An apple is just like an Estonian. Everyone with his own look. Shortage here and a rough spot there. Scar on one, and blemish on the other cheek. Shaken by storms, but still holding on. Unbending. Full of scent. Plain and genuine.
With a Paintbrush and an Invisible Magnifying Glass. Kamille Saabre in magazine LIFE IN ESTONIA Magazine LIFE IN ESTONIA 2017 spring By Anneliis Aunapuu. Photo by Atko Januson She paints her models larger than life, in a direct and indirect sense of the phrase. At exhibitions, Kamille stands out with minimalist, yet forceful motifs which […]
What brings art only in lofty museums? We can profit from art looking at it on a daily basis. And why not even wearing it!
Four walls provide shelter but interior decorated with art fills soul with inspiration.
There is half of the hot air of Sahara and half of the the North Sea wind in me. Half of the spreading joy and half of the clipping despair. Half of the blood-inherited religion and half of the adopted faith. Half of the yellow sunshine and half of the gray autumn weather. Half of the eager child and half of the drained oldie. Half of the carefree artist and half of the liable banker. Half of the gentle mom and half of the stern dad.
My Dad has a garden in the midst of yellow, barren desert. The desert is dry and greedy. It desires my Father’s garden relentlessly.
My Dad loves his garden. He does not let the selfish desert creep into his green garden. He raises high brick wall around it.
Come to the Show Opening “Are there Colors in Everyday”. 15th of December 2015 at 4 PM. Kamille Saabre show in Estonian Drama Theatre will remain open till the end of January 2016
Its good to be giving. I know. But the only way for me to be giving is to give “advice” in nagging way. I am just not giving type by default. What can I do?
I am hurled by my agenda, goal and success so that in this gliding I swift by everything and anything. I am pulled by the gleam of accomplishment. He rushes ahead and I follow him wherever he tears me by his invisible string. I am blinded by his allure and earless from its loud praise.
Watermelon tastes great in mouth and appeals to the eye. If you love to hang the painted watermelon on your wall, please contact Kamille Saabre
Black and white are classy and chic. They are not two extremes, but a harmonious mix of thousand shades. As Coco Chanel puts it: “Women think of all colors except the absence of color. I have said that black has it all. White too. Their beauty is absolute. It is the perfect harmony.”
Black & White Painting. Phlox
How to paint paintings layer by layer
How the Pink Peony Painting “Pink makes me happy”, acrylic on canvas, became to be. Layer by layer.
If white canvas holds white painted peony is there something expressed at all? Does lack of color form absence or is there nonetheless something to behold? Kamille Saabre acrylic paintings on canvas.
Pomegranate paintings in interior help to remember that we reap what we sow.
Sweet scent of cherry and apple blossoms hem the streets and Forget-me-not paints roadsides gently blue. Delicate Flower Paintings by Kamille Saabre
Layers make the painting glow and give deepness. I rarely just mix the color I need. I use layers. When I need green hue I paint first blue layer and then add on top of it yellow. Outcome is green. Just like in printing where colors next to each other form the tone.
Kamille Saabre paintings in Kochi Kohvituba in March 2015
Marsala paintings – full grown fruit and flower painting by Kamille Saabre tell the story of maturation and inspire to value experience
Make your own Paper-Mache Christmas Baubles and decorate or paint them exactly as your imagination allows in eight simple steps.
With an unexpected slap, the red pouch of a pomegranate pursed and spilled a dozen glittery pearls… See more pomegranate paintings by Kamille Saabre