Marcelle Mansour is an international multi-award-winning Australian Visual Artist. A world Master academic painter, bilingual writer, poet, journalist contributor, and Peace Ambassador. She received two Master of Fine Arts and Studio Arts from the University of Sydney and previously a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature & English Language. She has exhibited nationally and internationally in Biennales and major exhibitions. Her work featured in art magazines including British Vogue in London 2022, Contemporary Celebrity Masters 2023 in Florence and Modern Art Masters 2022 in Complex de Louvre, Top 60 Masters 2022 in New York, International Contemporary Masters 2023 in Canada. As a multidisciplinary artist, Marcelle’s art spans from representational art to abstract, digital, and light art in a variety of mediums and styles that balance classical insight with the contemporary realistic formulation. Her art is dominated by beauty and thoughts that explore the world of knowledge and wisdom of human psychology and perception. Her work is a manifestation of beauty with illuminating colors and communicating her mind’s thoughts which speak to viewers worldwide. Inspired by spirituality, humanity, embroidery art, and the power of intense color, her art is radiant and significant in reflecting humanistic topics for strengthening the sense of positive values.
The Place which I call home is where there is peace, a clear conscience, and an abundance of goodness, love, and joy. Home where it gives me peace in my mind, body, soul, and spirit. It is where I feel to heal and remove everything that is causing stress, disease, and war in our lives. I admire a home that is full of beauty and embrace it to express the positive emotions we experience as a source of joy and a key to a healthy life.
My painting “Exploring the Joy of Conscience” expresses the home of living with a clear human conscience. Inspired by the power of having a clear human conscience and self-consciousness as a means for knowledge of ourselves and awareness of moral principles to improve our quality of life in challenging times. Having a clear conscience is the kind of home that brings joy to my inner soul.
My paintings express what I call home, radiant and significant in reflecting humanistic topics, and rich in evoking feelings of curiosity, humanity, and spirituality. This perception becomes more universal, passionate, rational, sensual, mystical, and eternal.