My name is Iris Eouzan. After a long hesitation between biology and painting, I finally managed to bring these two passions together.
I started painting at age 8, the results were pretty catastrophic … I quickly dropped the brush, to devote myself to biology.
The pleasure of painting came back to me at the age of 15, and followed me throughout my studies. Today I am preparing a doctorate of ecology while making portraits of all find of animals.
My commitments are related to my passion for the animal world, that I want to paint in the respect of the nature while participating with my own means to its protection. I have a particular passion for birds, which I have come to know and care for during internships and volunteering.
20% of the paintings selling price (except commissions) are donated to organizations working to protect biodiversity.
I only use and buy synthetic hair brushes (no brush made in squirrel, marten, goat or other animals hairs).
The shipment is made in PEFC certified cardboard shirts (from sustainably managed forests), and in 100% recycled cardboard envelopes.
Finally, the reference images for my paintings on sale are used with the agreement of the photographer or free of copyright (obtained on the application Pixabay).