Projets / Projects

Murène 9 x 6 mètres – Aquarium de Paris // Moray 9 x 6 meters – Aquarium de Paris


Collaboration avec les scientifiques de l’UICN (Union Internationale pour la Conservation de la Nature) et illustration du Livre « Faune Fragile » // Collaboration with scientists from the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) and illustration of the book « Faune Fragile »


Baleine, 33 x 7 mètres – Aéroport de La Rochelle // Whale, 33 x 7 meters – La Rochelle Airport, France


Intervention en collaboration avec la mairie de Nîmes // Intervention in collaboration with the town hall of Nîmes, France


Exposition – Musée François Pompon // Exhibition – François Pompon Museum, France


Immersions dans des refuges animaliers Immersions in animal shelters


Exposition et performance – Congrès Mondial de la Nature – Marseille // Exhibition and performance – World Conservation Congress, Marseille, France


Collaboration en tant qu’ambassadrice des produits Liquitex – Collaboration as an ambassador of Liquitex products


Exposition extérieure – parc de la Maison Blanche – Mairie de Marseille // Outdoor exhibition – Parc de la Maison Blanche – Marseille, France


Exposition et performance – Esplanade du Musée du Mucem – Marseille // Exhibition and performance – Esplanade of the Mucem Museum – Marseille, France


Peinture monumentale d'une sardine par Sandrot

Photographie d’Olivier Blanchet

« Instinct, the primordial intelligence that comes to us from the belly and bypasses the neo-cortex to act in the right way, without taking the time to understand, analyze, process information, guides the brushes of Sandra Guilbot, alias Sandrot.
Her animal portraits, with a style so singular that she delivers on canvas, walls, wood, metal, paper, at first glance offer moving moments of contemplation.

But beyond a remarkable composition, a material worked in watercolor style, bright and contrasting colors playing with hot and cold, drips creating movement … There is intense emotion in the face of the hypnotic gaze of these animals. « Of all the varieties of intelligence discovered so far, instinct is the most intelligent of all, » said Nietzsche. This intelligence of the living, which is in each of us and which we have learned to repress, Sandrot has released, offering us works capable of reconnecting us to the essential. « 

Gabrielle Gautier, Urban Arts Magazine

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