Coralie Huon is a multi disciplinary creative and an adventurer.
With her distinctive graphical style and her interest for storytelling, she explores via multiples mediums and scale, from painting, drawing, printmaking, murals and digital illustrations. She loves to transform concepts and stories into compelling visuals through creative collaborations .
Guided by her love of being outdoor, her work is an exploration of the transformative power of nature as well as our interaction with the elements. She uses natural symbols as a filter to understand and express the human journey and bring connection to oneself. In essence, her works manifest the desire to find life’s deeper meaning through the wonders of the world.
I have been a creative explorer since childhood. Scrambling every bit of rock and dipping under waves and doodling constantly, as soon as I was able to hold a pencil.
I discovered climbing in my late twenties, which was a revelatory experience. This new found passion collided with my artistic practice after a climbing accident. I drew a graphic novel out of this experience and this reignited the desire for creating and drawing. After a decade working in interior design and architecture and developing my art practice on the side, I now pursue my creative explorations full time.
2022 20e salon d'art contemporain de Colombes
2022 Exhibition "Les rencontres des peintres Montagnards", Chichillianne, France
2022 Exhibition à la galerie Rev'olution, Grenoble, France
2022 Exhibition at Eden Wall, Mâcon, France
2021 Exhibition at Point nommé, Lyon, France
2021 Groupe Exhibition "Landscapes" at the BrickLane Gallery, London, UK
2021 Roy's Art Fair 12-15th August at the Bargehouse in London, UK
2020 Exhibition at The London Climbing festival
2020 Exhibition at Harrowall and Canarywall, London, UK.
2019 Exhibition of "The Shape of Climbing" at Yonder, London, UK
2018 Exhibition of "The Outdoor Postcards" at The Castle Climbing Centre, London, UK.
2006 Diva art fair with Yukiko Kawase gallery, New York
2005 Diva art fair with Yukiko Kawase gallery, Paris
2022 The Woven tales, September issue