Galerie DDG - Peintures et sculptures de Christian Della Giustina, Régis PETTINARI,David Garcia, Nicolas CARGAYAN et José Salvaggio

COUPS DE CŒUR

Isabelle Corcket

The act of painting is never innocent, the theme, the subject is but a pretext to reveal sensitivity, a personality. I feel a real passion for pigment and water … Watercolor stood out as the ideal technique to reflect my moods and feelings. Through this technique, I am constantly urged to... Lire la suite

Didier Pizzi

Born in Paris in 1952, I obtained my diploma in graphic arts after four years of studies at the famous Estienne Graduate School of Arts, in Paris. To pay for my education I created commissioned copies of master paintings. From 1974, I began a career as a graphic designer for advertising,... Lire la suite

Shane Wolf

Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, Shane Wolf is one of the few contemporary Masters of figural drawing and painting. After completing a bachelor's degree in graphic design from the University of Cincinnati, Shane was hired by the French ski company Salomon in Annecy, France, as a graphic designer.... Lire la suite

Sophie Michalon

Sophie Michalon was born in 1966 in the Val de Marne. Her childwood was marked by the numerous journeys and acquaintances, which opened her eyes to the World. Her sensitivity to colour and light comes as the result of her travels. She lives and works in Paris where museums allow her o... Lire la suite

Anastasia Dukhanina

Born in 1983 in Saint Petersburg, Anastasia showed very early a special sensitiveness in the field of arts. This got revealed during a school workshop when she was only 7 years old. There started her vocation with a long cycle of studies up to the art University of Roerich. Anastasia chose first... Lire la suite

Antonin Passemard

Antonin Passemard was born in Auxerre in 1984. He went to study in a fine art school in France. That’s where he became familiar with the techniques used by impressionist and realist painters of the 20th century. He will later turn these learned painting skills into something personal, and develop... Lire la suite

Karina Knight

Karina Knight did her fine art studies in the United Kingdom. She studied drawing, before starting to learn the art of painting, which she approached through the portrait. The subtlety of her work with the light and the fine details of her volumes allowed Karina to develop her skills first in... Lire la suite

Jean-claude Cubaynes

Contemplating the landscapes of CUBAYNES one is touched by the essence of existence, breathing the perfume, hearing the whispers, observing life that awakes under the caresses of a light morning breeze. His work reflects the landscapes of the impressionists. The light shines in our eyes and we... Lire la suite

Jos Van De Ven

Jos Van de Ven became interested in art at an early age. Initially influenced by the French Impressionists, he received his first prize for painting while only nineteen and serving in the Royal Dutch Marines. At twenty- three a meeting with Salvador Dali at his home in Cadaques, Spain, sparked a... Lire la suite

Véronique Van Der Esch

Urban landscapes, a still life. A framing, a nearly cinematographic cut of daily life. A detail of reality, life allways, everything is suitable for painting. Definitely figurative painting, a freeze frame. I like to capture the atmosphere of passageways, the emotion hidden behind the anecdote.... Lire la suite

Sylvie Davrileck

After the applied and decorative arts in Paris, Davrileck begins a career as a Haute Couture fashion stylist.She never stopped painting in spite of her very occupying main work .She decides to retire from his work in the early 2000 to dedicate herself to her passion.The influence of Edward Hoper... Lire la suite

Bouro Laurent

Laurent Bouro have soon a passion for art and paintings. His first painting at the age of 6 was a copy of Modigliani who was and still is his favorite painter. First well-known as a decoration painter, he is now entirely dedicated to his own creation. Today inspired by his multiple travels all... Lire la suite

Stefaan Eyckmans

Stefaan is born in Niel, a former village of brickyards in the shadow of Antwerp. As a son of the painter and commercial artist Louis Eyckmans, he comes in touch with the tools of painting and drawing from an early age on. His father will remain his great teacher and mentor throughout his life.... Lire la suite