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FRANCK CARRON

FRANCK CARRON - FURNISHING - DECORATION

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3 P 001

Decoration

17 rue du Colisée
75008 PARIS
FRANCE

Description

For 40 years, Franck Carron has made numerous exhibitions in France and abroad, enlivening European galleries in his shimmering colors. Eclectic artist (painter, poet, violinist and ... old rugbyman), he paints as he breathes. Very technical, mastering spatulas and brushes, he jumps from the figurative to the creative. Her paintings are full of charm and harmony and carry the eye of the viewer beyond all real meaning. Obviously, this painter possesses a technique that forces the admiration and subtlety of his pointillist touch, his games of light, are inscribed in the lineage of the greatest impressionists. "I work as a visionary," he explains, "I am a modern Impressionist. After a walk in nature, I transcribe in my own way what I saw. The canvases are born as they go along. I try to put in games of Light. " This light, translated in saturated ccolors, bursts under the slightest ray of light. This technique has been pleasing for more than 20 years, exploits the pointillism and allows to vibrate the colors in the rough.

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  • Franck Carron, the Impressionist who impresses!

    10 February 2017

    For more than 40 years, Franck Carron has made numerous exhibitions in France and abroad, enlivening the great European galleries in his shimmering colors. He is an eclectic artist (painter, poet, violinist and ... former rugbyman) and painted as he breathes. Very technical, mastering spatulas and brushes, he jumps from the figurative to the creative. His paintings are full of charm and harmony: they carry the eye of the viewer beyond all real meaning.

    Obviously, this painter possesses a technique that forces the admiration and subtlety of his pointillist touch, his games of light, are inscribed in the lineage of the greatest impressionists.

    "I work as a visionary," he explains, "I am a modern Impressionist. After a walk in nature, I transcribe in my own way what I saw. The canvases are born as they go along. I try to put some light on it. "

    This light, translated in saturated colors, bursts under the slightest ray of light.