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Malo A.

Dijon, France

6 Works exhibited on Kooness

Current location

Nolay (Burgundy)

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Works by Malo A.

"Three Ducks"


30 x 40 x 4cm

1200,00 €

"The patriarch"


60 x 40 x 5cm

3500,00 €



40 x 60 x 5cm

3850,00 €

"Octopus 1er"


40 x 60 x 4cm

3850,00 €



81 x 81 x 4cm

8500,00 €

"The bear's bath"


100 x 70 x 5cm

9500,00 €

Malo A., was born in 1980, she lives and works in Burgundy.
Her work is a journey into the wildlife. She paints it in a realistic and naturalist vein. However, like orthodox religious icons, her bestiary seems to be embedded in the gold that covers the background of most of her paintings. In doing so, she seems to be venerating the nature that is so often mistreated by human beings.
Her work also draws from the decorative art of the 1930s and the great animal painters of this period such as Georges-Lucien Guyot, Paul Jouve or Gaston Suisse. Who knew, like her, how to emphasize the aesthetics of animal representation through supple and powerful lines.
Her technique is inspired by traditional Japanese art, Western illumination and modern art. Through an illusionist pictorial technique, it is a clever mixture of ancient know-how, allowing to give life to easel paintings as well as screens, and recently to totems, thus taking us towards decorative art. This original approach and sensitivity have been developed over the years, through numerous trips (Japan, Iceland, Thailand, etc.), meetings, studies and professional training.
Her love for heritage, calligraphy and illumination also led her to pursue graduate studies in conservation-restoration of cultural property.

Malo A. is represented by Ars Essentia in Beaune, and many other galleries in France and Belgium.
She participates in the Salon National des Artistes Animaliers, the SAB expo and the BRAFA Art Fair in Brussels.

Awards: Bronze Medal, Salon de la société des artistes français at Art Capital 2022
Audfray-Petersen Prize, National Salon of Animal Artists 2021
Bronze medal of the city of Vittel July 2021
Distinction "Higly recommanded" at the Wildlife artist of the year, London 2021
Bronze medal at the Salon National des Artistes Animaliers 2019