Isabelle Gouget, Artiste Peintre

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Hello and welcome to my blog! Today, I want to introduce you to one of my latest pieces called “Need Space“. This artwork is part of my collection “Cycle of Life” and it holds a special meaning for me.

In this collection, I explore the different stages of life and the importance of balance and harmony in nature. With “Need Space“, I wanted to convey the message that solitude and disconnection from the constant stimulation of modern life are crucial to our well-being.

Through the use of space in the composition, I aimed to create a sense of peacefulness and serenity that invites the viewer to reflect on their own need for space and introspection.

Now that you have a better understanding of the artwork and its significance, let’s dive deeper into the symbolism of space in “Need Space“.

Through my artwork, “Need Space,” I wanted to delve into the concept of space and its significance in our lives. The piece portrays a tree trunk that has matured and is now occupying the space it requires to flourish. In a world that can often feel overwhelming, “Need Space” serves as a reminder of the importance of finding our own space to grow and thrive.

The Cycle of Life

In my imaginary universe’s ecosystem, every living thing plays an essential role in creating a perfectly balanced environment. From the smallest insect to the largest tree, everything is interconnected and dependent on each other in the cycle of life.

As spring arrives, the landscape of my imaginary universe transforms with the arrival of new shoots. Tree buds open to reveal new leaves and vibrant blooms in various colors. The sweet scent of these flowers attracts bees and butterflies, which collect their nectar and spread pollen from flower to flower for pollination.

The fertilized flowers then turn into small green balls that slowly grow and ripen into fruit. This process continues throughout the year, with each season bringing its unique changes to the ecosystem. Through “Need Space,” I aim to showcase the beauty and complexity of this cycle of life and encourage reflection on our connection with nature.

My Physical Artworks as NFTs

As an artist, I am constantly exploring new ways to share my artwork with the world. One way that has become increasingly popular is through NFTs or non-fungible tokens.

NFTs provide a unique opportunity for collectors to own a rare and valuable digital asset that is tied to a physical artwork. The rarity and value of the NFT is determined by the artwork it represents and the unique digital signature attached to it, making it a one-of-a-kind asset.

For those who may be unfamiliar with NFTs, they are digital tokens that use blockchain technology to verify ownership and authenticity of a digital asset, such as a piece of artwork, music, or video. This technology ensures that the original creator of the artwork is recognized and compensated for their work.

While some people may have objections to the high cost of NFT purchases, it’s important to consider the value and rarity of these digital assets. As an artist, I see the potential for NFTs to provide a new level of value and recognition for my physical artworks.

Of course, there are also alternative ways to own and collect physical artworks, such as buying a print or a physical copy of the artwork. However, NFTs provide a unique way to own a piece of the artwork’s history and the story behind its creation.


In “Need Space“, I wanted to share my vision of an imaginary universe where nature and balance are at the forefront. The artwork’s symbolism and use of space encourage reflection on the importance of finding our own space to thrive and our connection with nature.

I hope that through this article, I have also shed some light on the potential of NFTs as a way to own and collect physical artworks in the digital age. Thank you for taking the time to read about my artwork and its meaning. I invite you to explore my other works and join me on my artistic journey.