SNAP Floral Art Exhibition, Paris
The National Union of Professional Artists (Syndicat National des Artistes Professionnels – SNAP) in Paris is hosting its annual art exhibition from 23 April to 14 May 2022 in the Town Hall of the 6th arrondissement.
The SNAP annual exhibition includes a wide range of artists’ works, with several focusing on floral themes, such as Daniela Brosset, Françoise Ducène-Lasvigne, Anne-Marie Paris-Leroy, Rolande Rouard, Sabine Savornin, Jacqueline Vermere, and Georges Weill.
Daniela Brosset is a professor art therapist, working with children with disabilities. She is also an exhibiting painter, particularly focusing on abstract art and is greatly influenced by Claude Monet’s garden at Giverny, France.
Françoise Ducène-Lasvigne is a French photographer focusing on ‘pictorial’ photos, which are ‘sometimes influenced by the Impressionists (Monet, Cézanne, and Van Gogh) when it comes to reflections and nature, sometimes by a realism close to Hopper or Vallotton.’
Anne-Marie Paris-Leroy (1948-), born in Mons-en-Baroeul, France, works with watercolours, oils, and inks. Her oil paintings focus on natural themes such as marshes and bays, as well as church interiors.
Rolande Rouard (1942-) is a French painter working primarily with oils on canvass. She indicates on her social media that ‘painting is the universal writing of emotions’ to express ‘feelings, thoughts, ideas, and reflections of lived events.’
Sabine Savornin (1972-), born in Aix-en-Province, France, is inspired by Impressionist, Nabis, French, and Japanese painters. In addition to art, she studied Japanese Culture and Language. She lived in the south of France, which artist Vincent van Gogh called ‘another Japan’ and in Tours ‘the Garden of France.’ Her central theme is plant life and the relationships that humanity has with nature.
Photographer: Martina Nicolls
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