Exhibitions, Italy, 15 September 2012 - 29 September 2012
It is the meeting of four French artists who seem to have nothing in common except the need to create. They come from different horizons in terms of their origins, and their life experiences before, which allowed them to visit new horizons. I am proud to have lived through other civilizations from them, keeping in step a few images, sensations gathered by spices of distant lands, to flavor dishes with unusual flavors.
In their works, the techniques are equally diverse:
Michelle BOUCARD of his rich experience restorer of ancient works of art, through his etchings and linoleum, and his monotypes, guides us in intimate scenes or landscapes overlooking the sea.
Jean-François Ramolino enchants us with his abstract compositions, works of great sensitivity: swirls of colors that are a hymn to the joy of living.
Meyer Berrebi through its small sizes track a universe where the characters will tell stories with rich colors and delicate pasta generous, reworked a hundred times. Works that oscillate at times between a Picasso or a Chaissac.
Finally Patrice HUGUIER in its landscapes that leave us feeling nostalgic, sometimes tortured, sometimes fulfilled by a ray of sunshine.
Added 11 September 2012