Very beautiful representation unique work of dreamlike inspiration. Oil on tapa depicting a young Polynesian. Thematic, Ta'aroa "The origin of plants". Figurative Art is an artistic style essentially present in painting inspired by life. The tapa: Breadfruit "urus" in Tahitian or the more reddish ficus prolinia. Height: 53 cm Width: 40 cm
Tapas are used in Polynesia as a support for art crafts. Beautiful research work in detail, beautiful brightness, beautiful rendering. Gisèle Ledoux Artist by side, painting in a figurative and unique style, oil on canvas, supports in vegetable fibers since his arrival in Tahiti. Exhibitions in France - The meeting - The Seychelles - Japan - Hong Kong - New Zealand - Miami - New York - Los Angeles - New Caledonia and Tahiti. Several distinctions. 2 Gold medals- 1994-1996- Festiva d'Europe Auckland N.Z- 1987 Salon "The Lords of Art" PERNES les FONTAINES "Silver medal 1988 CANNES International Grand Prize for Painting Admitted to the Grand Final 1994: HONG KONG International Festival Silver Medal 1994 European Festival AUKLAND NZ Gold medal 1996 European Festival AUCKLAND NZ Gold Medal 1998 NEW YORK International Festival Bronze Medal
1973 to 2002: MARSEILLE- LYON- PARIS? FONTENAY le CONTE- AIX en PROVENCE 1989 to 1995: THE REUNION: St Denis- La Salines les Bains 1995 to 2006: FRENCH POLYNESIA: Papeete- Moorea- Bora Bora
1972: House of Culture St ETIENNE. 1978 to 1987: LYON: Salons d? Automne- Regain-Arbreslois 1986 and 1987: PARIS: Grand Palais? Espace Delpha- 1987: Pernes? Les Fontaines "The Lords of Art" 1988: CANNES International Grand Prix? 1982: 3rd Biennial of SEYCHELLES 1987-88-89-90-91-92-94: International Festival of OSAKA JAPAN 1993-1994: HONG KONG and MACAU International Festival. 1994 and 1996: AUKLAND NZ European Festival 1995: MIAMI International Festival- 1997: NEW YORK? 1998: LOS ANGELES Art Fair 2002 and 2003: PAPEETE TAHITI Artists Festival 2003: Alliance Française NEW YORK? 2004: Galerie "Arte Bello" NOUMEA NC Member of the TAYLOR Foundation and CNFAP Pupil of Léon Gadoud and Claude Weisbusch at the Beaux Arts in St Etienne. From 1959 to 2001, teacher of art drawing in high schools. Since its arrival in Polynesia in 1995, the supports are sometimes made of natural fibers.