French and Swiss the artist Louise Lafaille works and lives between New York and Paris.
Influenced by Terner "The painter of light" her abstract landascapes aime to stirringly and truthfully measure the moods of Nature.
Working with her memories, she allows her subconscious to lead the way, leaving a space for herself and the viewer wondering, imagining or dreaming.
Her water color on paper can often contain more than 50 layers of paint, which gives this render of depth.
-2015-2018: The Art Student League, New York, NY studio with Ronnie Landfield/Studio with Paul Ching-Bor.
-2014: BFA EACL Lausanne, Switzerland workshops with john Tremblay, Dan Walsh, Philippe King.
-2013: International Exchange program, BFA Photography Dept.School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
-2011: First year of Painting Bachelor, ENSAV, La Cambre, Bruxelles, BE.
-2008: Fondation year Applied Arts, Ecole Estienne, Paris, France.
-2018: National jury competition, First Street gallery. Exhibition at the Gallery pf Château de La Napoule Art Foundation at the end of her artist residency. Group show curated by the dealer Susan Nelly, villa American fine art at Art-NY GALLERY, New York, May.
-2017: Artists Run, Noho Gallery, New York, NY ; Phases, Art 345, curated by Paul Ching-Bor, New York, NY. 60 th annual benefit for the homeless, grand central social service corporation New York,NY. Music of color, gallery 125, pop up space, New York, NY.Spectrum, Art 345, curated by Paul Ching Bor.
-2016: State of water, State of mind, 345 Art Space, curated by Paul Ching Bor, New York, NY.
-2015: Bronx Art Space, The Bronx Art Factory, Bronx,NY. Buy what you love, The Rema Hort Mann Fondation, Bosi Gallery, New York, NY.
-2014: Everyday is a blossom, Graduation exhibition, Galerie ELAC, Switzerland. Time, space and the spectator, curated by Malcom Le Grice, ECAL, Switzerland.
-2013: Workshop, curated by Dan Walsh, Galerie Torrini, ECAL, Switzerland.
-2012: There is a difference between a shky or out-of-focus photograph and a snapshot of cloud and fog banks, curated by Philippe Decrauzat, ECAL.
-2011: Syndrome de Diogène, curated by Balthazar Lovay, ECAL,Switzerland.