Nadine is a weaver. She mixes contemporary and varied materials (iron, linen, rubber) with ancestral weaving techniques. For this Eiffel metal beam, Nadine chose to create an open frame, irregular and rigid custom. Patinated in white, the artist has mixed pigments, iron, and linen threads. The iron rust, weaving is moving, and the work lives with time ... True happiness!
The artist illustrates the myth of Zeuxis, an ancient painter who painted so well that the birds came to pick the grapes drawn on his canvases. The artwork is made from recycled materials. The bird is surrounded by a black fresco, resuming a movement and a bunch of very suggestive grapes.
Collage is a common practice in Marie-Claude Bugeaud works. Often from the falls of this diverse research. A form, a real delicacy, an almost-nothing that changes everything, a wink. It is with a lot of poetry that Marie-Claude came "just a look" on this ceiling ...
What can Tanguy Tolila propose as an intervention to a Neapolitan collector? He, first of all, chooses a sopraporte, an Italian tradition of decoration above doors. The motive will be Vesuvius: magnificent and proud volcano facing Naples. The famous line of the artist, a simple graphic, distinct and balanced, as if he had always been there!
Fresco in Saint Tropez for the new hotel Lou Pinet
Imagine a large dining room bathed in light and tastefully thought by Charles Zana and a massive white wall. We proposed the realization of a great fresco by the brilliant Alexandre Benjamin Navet. The artist decides in these six panels to mix views of the city and the hotel, umbrella pine, rock, sea, etc. and strong motifs of ornaments, shells, and crustaceans. All in an explosion of bright and warm colors.
The artist had to face a corridor "which turns" on which we can not hang anything. He decided to make for this couple passionate about the sea and Kenya the outlines of the 5 largest Kenyan lakes. Always this line, signature of the artist, glazes of blue shades and simplicity for this corridor at the edge of the water ...