Exposition permanente, BELGIQUE Momentum Art Gallery Knokke le Zout

Publié le 2017-08-20

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Galerie d'art Momentum Art Gallery
641 ZEDIIJK (sur la digue)

Découvrez mes oeuvres, peinture à l'huile, photographie d'art, encre sur papier en permanence à la Momentum Art Gallery.

Artistes permanents : David Gerstein, A-Sun Wu, Antonio Segui, Charles Fazzino, Jean-Louis Corby, Amaury Dubois, Jacques Tenenhaus, Sosno, Etienne,
Isabel Miramontes, Hélène Jacubowitz, Didier Chamizo, Didier Becet x, Briels Clemens, Richard Melloul, Gab, Roland, Argueyrolles, Borderie, Kahn Isaac, Doron Dahan, Vincent Magni, Van Den Abeele Jacques, Carlos Cruz Diez, Gil Sadeh

Pour tout renseignement et contacter la galerie:
Mail : eliane.momentum@skynet.be
Phone: +32-50-625 560

Artist, painter France - Lille

Artist, painter France - Lille

Welcome to my web-studio.
Its virtual doors are wide open and my paintings are waiting for you...
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.
One hundred oil paintings are at your disposal and classified by style, technique or year of creation. But do not stop at these arbitrary classifications and let yourself follow your own inclinations. Your own search will be the best judge to guide you to the paintings that attract (hopefully) your attention.
Each month, an oil painting will be highlighted, described technically and formally explained, as far as possible. Each month, finally, I intend to follow the evolution of the paintings I'm working through my painter's blog, to help you see my work as a painter in a new light, from the idea, through the sketch to the finished painting.
I do not dwell on my own journey (if you're interested, you can refer to the "Biography"), but would like to pave the way for you along the path to the appreciation of my universe. Colourful, eventful, abstract, emotional, my style is not meant to be abstruse or even opaque. On the contrary, the painting technique...

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