Amélie Ducommun is a Franco-Swiss artist born in 1983, graduated from « ‘L’Ecole des Arts Décoratifs de Paris » (ENSAD) and from the School of Fine Arts in Barcelona.
At 36, she has already achieved more than 100 exhibitions around the world (France, Spain, USA, China, Italy, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, Germany, Canada, Brazil, Portugal ...) and has participated in various fairs art (Art Miami, FIAC, Art Central Hong-Kong, Art Elysée, Art Madrid, Art Stage Jakarta, Estampa, Art Shenzhen, Just MAD ...) and biennial (Beijing, Dakar…).
In 2009, after graduating from « ‘L’Ecole des Arts Décoratifs de Paris » (ENSAD), Amélie passed the competition of the « Academie des Beaux Arts » to represent French painting in Spain for two years at the Casa de Velázquez;
During these two years she has produced and exhibited in numerous exhibitions and galleries her works on "Landscapes in movement" and "Landscapes Furtivos".
After these two years in Spain, she was invited by the Miro Foundation in Mallorca in 2011 to produce works that interact with the landscape of the island in Joan Miro's Summer Studio.
She worked on the streams for 4 months and two of her works were acquired and are exhibited by the Foundation, "El Rio Negro" and "El Rio Rojo".