Karen Dupré and her exotic wild animals
Karen Dupré was born in California. It is a self-taught artist whose first inspiration came from his interest in horses. This fascination quickly led her to translate the beauty of these animals and other wildlife through drawing.
At age nine, Dupré began working in pastels, which quickly progressed in the use of other means – primarily acrylic paints. Since his early years as an artist, Dupré has broadened her repertoire to include landscapes, still life pictures, and numbers, without ever abandoning the wildlife that first sparked her imagination.
In addition to painting and drawing, other activities include Dupre singing and archery. She spends much of his time behind the microphone and gave several public performances. In fact, when not at the easel painting, it is very likely that she is on stage in front of an audience and captivated.
Dupré’s artistic inspiration comes from a variety of sources, primarily several nineteenth century artists such as Gustav Klimt, Claude Monet, Frederic Remington and Auguste Renoir. She is particularly drawn to this period in art history when artists were challenging the established ideals and developing their own schools of artistic thought. Similarly, in his art, Dupré strives to expand her style both color and composition, not limited to conventional artistic standards.
Dupre paintings reflect her versatility in terms of subject, from landscapes to calm and serene settings table fat images of exotic animals and inviting entertainment scenes. Throughout her imagery, one can find a sense of harmony. This peace is partly the result of his soft brushstrokes and her talent to illustrate the play of light in nature and objects of human origin at a time. Dupre is an adept job of capturing a fleeting moment.