My galleries are showing four kind of artwork:
1. Illustrations and commissioned artwork done for publishers, singers or collectors, a big part of it can be considered as "commercial" artwork, or, for many as "tech art".
2. CAD modified illustrations specifically done to be sold as prints.
3. Personal projects that are real "fine art" and for many are "finalized" sketches as proposals for galleries.
4. Artwork commissioned by galleries, and painted especially for this goal.
The three first series are now on a good way to be available as prints via Artspan, and a lot of the originals can be bought via the same way.
Those that are not are either yet sold, either selling via galleries, or, worst, had suffered that much in the hands of the editors, publishers, printers, infographs and postmen of various countries that they really can not be sold as they are, except to the most interested collectors.
The fourth series are exclusively done for the galleries and, except some prints, will not be available so long the galleries managers still interested by them.
As the number of pictures is growing and make it more difficult to find, there is now a "search" window below this text.
Have a great time looking at my works.
This strange feeling when you wake up in the darkness, thinking that there is someone else in the room. Someone or something that is watching you, but that you can't see... Then you're panicking and search the light switch, but you can't find it... and when you are overstressed, you are waking up a second time, but... for real, you find the switch, and you are in your bed in a quiet room...
The concept of this series came to me when I was painting a series of "Tiger Eyes" for an exhibition in China. Being very concerned by the sad but possible extinction of any free tigers before the end of my own life, I thought to some way to preserve the spirit of this animal, and the way it mark histories and legends. This series of pictures will show the marks leave by this spirit on many various supports from ground to sky, from walls to mechanics, and from water to fire...The end of the series, that would be far away, would show the resurrection of the Tiger Spirit.
Airliners and Mailplanes Cutaways (1918-39): Prints (Insignias)
Series of aircraft cutaways painted for various magazines, books, posters and prints, sometimes paired with symmetrical normal views, reworked using CAD to insert insignia, unit badge, markings or crest in the background, for prints only