Amaury has always held brushes.
Since his earliest childhood, he has been taking plastic art lessons. As a teenager, he will frequent the fine arts of Versailles assiduously and for a long time. Carried also by the welcome academicism of his first plastic arts teacher, painter of the navy, Hervé de Sainte-Foy and then by the healthy madness of his second to whom he owes so much, Bernard Pelloux, 1st second prize of Rome.
In Amaury's works, everything is abstraction and matter.
Whether they are a change of season, as we open THE DOORS OF AUTUMN, an island landscape of SAINT FLORENT, IBIZA, or ILE ROUSSE, the Artist's paintings invite us to travel.
Amaury transposes landscapes into shapes and patchworks of colors.
It's about seeing beyond, letting yourself be carried away by the emotion of these paintings on burlap.
Coated burlap and acrylic