Small lines connected together to form two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes. A pen and a piece of white paper is the beginning of the “wired” grids for Katy Ann Gilmor. Black wavy landscapes, sometimes with watercolor colors, tell us situations in which there is nothing rigid
Lara Cobden’s works are produced through the combination of three things which correspond to her own sensors and her objectivity of reality: observation, memory and dream. Searching somehow the balance of a real objectivity and an invisible but transferable subjectivity, she was driven by a
Spanish Monia Marceta moves artistically between photography, cinema and visual image representation. Trying as she says, to find the limits in the relationship between fiction and reality, she shows us dark pictures or with a starring color, especially blue, and with a strong water element.
Jimmy Law paints faces, female and male, beautiful and more beautiful. Unlike their face, their look is clean and direct, looking straight in the eyes. The deep and wide touches and the color combination, give a sense of an image behind glass as the colors
Michaël Cailloux is a passionate French artist who loves painting and creating. He graduated from the École Duperré School of Design in Paris in 1998 and in 1999 he decided to start his own company, the “Atelier LZC”, to produce its own collections and creations