Adrian Wincup was born in Lowestoft England in 1954, with a long family history of sea farers he too is a keen sailor. He enjoys painting local landscapes and loves the beauty of the atmospheric Norfolk Broads.
Born in 1972 in Carlota, province of Cordoba, Spain.
Painter, illustrator and graphic designer, he studied the Information sciences in Seville of 1993 to 1997
My fabrics and my painting are carried out in an instinctive and spontaneous way to make live the gesture by taking account of the significant components of a composition, it is a permanent duality…
Inhabités sans en être désolés, les paysages d’Anmarie Sagaire-Durst proviennent de voyages accomplis dans son atelier.
L’artiste qui a précédemment œuvré dans le monde du cirque, de la photographie et du théâtre vit près des bords de l’Epte.
I carve stylized, hopping, alive and colourful characters. Never motionless, they let appear an astonishing contrast between lightness of the movement and generous curves.
The paintings of Gilles Lambert are the fruit of the meeting of the artistic heart of Monet and at a stretch of the lightning after the discovery of the gardens of Giverny. Painter since his youngest age, he could not remain about it there; the emotion was to become pictorial.
Prize winner of the PRIX BLANCHE 2015, Olga RICHIR is an artist of colors.
Born in Rouen, Normandy, she studied music. But it is in painting that Brigitte Wibault discovers her true vocation. She attended Rouen art school. The practice of two arts is a real fulfillment for her.
Christine’s work and personality have only recently come to light. And yet she’s not a beginner, having been studying painting for the past 10 years through diverse classes such as visual arts, acrylic or oil painting. At the moment she is really into knife painting, a technique she finds more intense physically but one which allows for a greater freedom of movement.
The Galerie Blanche is happy to have Claude Miquel’s work on silk next July in Giverny.
Claude Miquel likes Giverny, a place she has visited both during Fall and Spring in the past, for its very colourful atmosphere coming from both the garden of Claude Monet and the house itself, today home of Claude Monet’s Foundation.