A la rencontre de... Francis Glénat, Artiste Peintre

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01 - Démonstration de peinture au couteau par Christian Jequel: "Moisson"

Dans le film que vous allez voir, Christian Jequel, artiste français vivant en Provence, fait une démonstration de sa technique personnelle de peinture au couteau, qui consiste à exprimer en même temps, la forme, le contenu et tout ce qui lui est lié, c'est-à-dire : ombre, lumière, nuances etc.... Le tout dans le sens de la vie par le mouvement et sans dessin préalable... Pour plus d'informations ou pour nous contacter, merci de visiter: http://www.christianjequel.com

Abstract Painting demonstration in Acrylics with masking tape | Abaris

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Film "Parcours" autour de Valérie Buffetaud, artiste peintre.

Réalisé par Franck Moatti. Documentaire. www.valerie-buffetaud.com

ATELIER TWO : JAMES AUSTIN MURRAY

A new Film by Eric Minh Swenson. The Atelier Series by EMS are long form studio practice films that are quiet and instructional. They convey the ambiance of the studio space and a minimal approach to filmmaking. These films turn the banal methods of an artist into meditative insight and reflections upon exquisite process. As the light shifts in the gallery, one begins to notice that James Austin Murray's compositions visually shift from concave to convex. It is odd to speak three dimensionally about a two dimensional surface, but Murray is the only artist we have ever shown where the viewer is transfixed by the surface of the painting, following the brushstroke across the canvas, only to approach the piece and look at the piece from its side as their brain is not convinced as to what their eyes see. Murray states, “Fifteen years ago I moved from figurative to abstract work on small canvases, limiting myself to black oil paint. Forcing this constraint on myself was unpredictably liberating. Over the years I've expanded and contracted on my constricting parameters. I spent several years building shaped canvases that were a jumping-off point for the paintings that followed.” The all-black paintings coincided his compulsory retirement from his "day job" as a New York City firefighter. Having been a 911 First Responder, Murray, as with many of his peers, was placed on early retirement. This threw him into a tailspin where he smartly used his art practice to purge his past and pull together the next chapter of his life. It is easy to try and pigeonhole Murray's work as Abstract Expression, Minimalism and/or Opt Art. His work is void of representational content, the work is monochromatic and it fools the eye. Watching Murray’s maturation process unfold, I’ve witnessed the reward of many trials and tribulations, fast starts and abrupt stops, all leading to what can simply be called Intuitive painting. Murray says, “Like the martial arts I practice, there is a type of repetition involved. I know that if I ever get to the point where it was only repetition, I would be done with it. What constantly surprises me are the incremental improvements in my technique and subject.” Murray’s paintings seem to undulate as the viewer visually scans the surface of each piece striving to understand the flat plane before them. The way the natural and incandescent light reflects and refracts off the ivory black square is mesmerizing. He creates this optical play by troweling oil paint onto the face of the canvas and then pulling a stiff bristle brush across its surface in a single stroke achieved through muscle memory. When you stand in front of one of Murray's paintings, you can feel its pulse. It is a canvas that was brought to life with a single brush stoke which took twenty-five years to master. There is a palpable sense of assuredness in the marks he makes which can only be defined by intuition, with a little sprinkle of magic. James Austin Murray is a graduate of Parsons School of Design, New York, NY (1992). Murray opened and managed the Hartnett-Murray Gallery and The Markham-Murray Gallery in Tribeca, New York. He has exhibited throughout New York, Brooklyn, Chicago, Atlanta, Miami and East Hampton, NY. He is a recipient of the Dedalus Foundation Fellowship Award for residency at The Vermont Studio Center, VT and has completed residencies at The Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild in Woodstock, NY and Bermis Center for Contemporary Art in Omaha, NE. Murray’s work is found in public collections such Sofitel (Philadelphia, PA), Hotel Palomar (Philadelphia, PA), Four Seasons Hotel (Washington, D.C.), Omni Hotel (Nashville, TN) and Tom Ford (Designer). James Austin Murray lives and works in New York City.     For more info on Eric Minh Swenson visit his website at thuvanarts.com. His art films can be seen at thuvanarts.com/take1 Instagram : @ericminhswenson Eric Minh Swenson also covers the international art scene and his writings and photo essays can be seen at Huffington Post Arts : http://m.huffpost.com/us/author/eric-minh-swenson/

Web vidéo reportage au sein de l'Atelier de Francis Glénat Artiste Peintre
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