Born in 1968, Amey is a French painter. Coming from an atypical background, Amey has been pursuing her artistic work for many years, but it is only later that she decided to devote herself fully to it. She deals with many subjects, all of which have man and his social relations in common. Blue Shadow deals with life in society, the power of the group and its fragility.
Suggested characters who face each other without being part of the group, others who open up and accept the other, excluded figures who try to communicate or cower in their solitude, Amey tackles the problems of a society while seeing in it a strength and an opportunity to rise, accentuated by the light coming from the outline of the shadows.
The gallery's words
What seduced us in Amey's work is the strength that emerges from each canvas, a universe that speaks of the human, without showing it. Amey does not define herself as an artist, she prefers to say that she paints her emotions, the knife has replaced the pen and the canvas the paper. Amey often paints in reaction to events, so she can vary the subjects even if her favourite terrain remains the human. It is this very work that led us to represent her, her works resemble her, few words but the essential is said.
It all started with street art. Born in 1978 Fabrice Annevile Constance has always been attracted to drawing. Young teenager investing the streets of his graffiti, Fabrice Anneville began by talking about him, his life, developing an artistic identity influenced by Keith Haring, Michel Basquiat, Robert Combas or Hervé Di Rossa. From the street to the canvas, the artist has evolved his subjects by working on his representation of society. Fabrice Anneville, with intricate and complex round shapes, defends a cheerful, free and relaxed painting. The artist has a clearly identifiable color palette where the violence of the colors and the figurative will reinforce the belonging to the "Free Figuration".
The wood support for volume creations accentuates his artistic writing already well marked. The artist tames the forms, masters the colors but leaves a total freedom to the interpretation of the subject, a colored work, dynamic which allures.
The gallery's words
Fabrice Anneville Constance came directly to present his work in the gallery. An open, attentive and simple artist who speaks passionately about his painting. I liked the construction of the works and Fabrice's artistic writing, so I immediately agreed to represent his work and participate in making his works known. Attracted by the street art it was only missing the meeting to open another facet of my artistic sensibility.
Claire and Siri are two artists, one French, the other Norwegian, who have been painting with four hands for almost ten years. The specificity of their work is the mixture of two perceptions of the plant world. This complementarity is their signature.
Their favourite theme is “the tree”, a symbol common to all cultures and their diversity. The series «Roots» expresses the strength of nature by the oppositions of matter between the roughness of the trunk of the tree and the lightness of its foliage.
Their works allow them to express their endless wonder in the face of the multitude of shades.
"The "Man of Vitruvius" structures our canvases. Matter, colours and the balance of our trees provide us with the opportunity to question our own roots and the place of man in the world".
Claire and Siri thus hope to contribute to defining the meaning of LIFE in the collective consciousness.
The gallery's words
The work of These two artists is a constant wonder before an environment that sometimes escapes our gaze. Nature takes its place again and 4-handed work brings this complementarity. I particularly liked this duo approach and this sharing in the first sense of art.