2012 Cannes - Salon des Artistes du monde (Prix du JURY)

Publié le 2013-08-21

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Retrospective du salon des artistes du monde à Cannes

Où j’ai eu l’honneur d’être présenté à Marina Picasso, ainsi qu’à Vladimir Kush. Ce salon fut un réel plaisir,  professionnellement, par l’accueil du public réservé à mes toiles, et personnellement par la rencontre des autres artistes.


Prix du Jury – Salon de Cannes 2012

Une belle reconnaissance pour l’ensemble de mon travail,  par un jury prestigieux :

- Frédéric Altmann (Membre du jury à l’UNESCO département arts plastique à Monaco, Ecole de Nice,…)

- Nivèse Oscari (Sculptrice, Ecole de Nice )

- Mr Jean Salucki ( Collectionneur )

- Madame Mineur-Pastorelli (Mairie de Cannes)

-Mr Jean Paul Fouques attaché de presse

Artist, painter France - Lille

Artist, painter France - Lille

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Besides making it possible to discover in a few clicks my latest painting news, my biography, the press or the art exhibitions, this site is mainly intended to provide you with an accessible and extensive palette of my oil paintings.
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