• The Lodge

    O'plumes by Charlotte Perrot

A lodge with all shades of blue and natural tones for this ode to women of the world.
Feathers profusely, softness, femininity in details. A suite made of subtle nuances of colors combined
with the strength of materials for a mellow stay to share.

A lodge with all shades of blue and natural tones for this ode to women of the world.
Feathers profusely, softness, femininity in details. A suite made of subtle nuances of colors combined
with the strength of materials for a mellow stay to share.

Interview

Charlotte Perrot

Plastic Artist

Tell us what motivated you to join this project, how did you draw inspiration from the space and the nature around it ?

The Duporterie forest is a magical and privileged place that, like art, calls us to slow down, disconnect, to finally shut up and observe, listen, marvel…

How did you select the works that you wanted to integrate this place?

I chose to include in this lodge portraits of women living in harmony with nature, free of any social influence, like Diane the Huntress or this Native American woman, both wearing feathers that fly away and so flippant they make us dream! In these portraits painted on plexiglas meet wild nature and modernity, as in the lodges of Loire Valley.

Biography

With the genre of portrait, Charlotte Perrot questions the depth of our humanity, and more broadly our ability to realize ourselves and our quest for meaning.

Born in 1978, Charlotte Perrot has always painted. After a detour through the corporate world, she
dedicated herself in 2014 to her artistic practice.
The artist explores the classical theme of the portrait which she appropriates through contemporary
techniques. Initially on canvas, it quickly sets up a singular technique of association of photography,
painting, collages and plexiglas. Charlotte Perrot regularly exhibits in Paris and in the provinces as at
the Maison de la Chasse et de la Nature in 2015, at the Hôtel W paris Opéra in 2018, or at the Byblos
in St Tropez in 2018. The artist tells in a chimeric way the possible inner life of each character, and
the subtleties of the soul that make each portrait alive and unique. The transparency of the plexiglas
allows it to play with the areas of shade and light, the first and the background that it masks or
reveals to envy; it reveals the subtlety and intensity of the colours are thus superimposed, in the
image of the Indian exhibited ephemerally on the tarpaulin of the 43 avenue de Friedland in Paris.

Charlotte, if you were...

  • A forest of the world :

    the forest of Loches

  • A tree :

    a maritime pine

  • Part of this tree :

    a cime

  • A forest dweller :

    a geai

  • A season :

    Fall

  • A mushroom :

    a truffle

  • A wind :

    the sirocco

  • A smell :

    that of the cedar