Ambraude’s universe is “Post Exotic Art Nouveau” at the confluence of forms, colours, European currents and influences from her native Caribbean (Martinique-1983).
She began her studies in the field of applied arts at the ESTIENNE School, then at the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture Parisienne.
Various exhibitions, galleries and fairs followed. Today she artistically mobilizes the “Positive Emotion” of each person to question the ecological future of our planet.
Olivier Ameye was born in Ostend in 1973. After studying at St Luc Tournai and in England, he worked in antiques and real estate. Since 2014, he has devoted himself entirely to his art of painting. A desire for escape and dream. The imagination and the perfection of the lines are his signature.
He exhibits in different galleries in Belgium, France among others..
Yapa Bandara was born in 1964 in Kandy, the mythical city on the island of Ceylon (Sri Lanka) where he spent the first 20 years of his life.
In 1987, he moved to Antibes Juan-les-Pins in France and joined in 1990 the Safranier Worshop to study all the classical and contemporary techniques of engraving and plastic arts.
Yapa held several exhibitions around the world and won art competition over the years. Today, Yapa is an artist member of the AIAP UNESCO committee in Monaco
Born in Paris, Louise Bressange has lived in Italy since 2017. After years in the fashion industry, painting has become the means of expressing one’s sensitivity, with great creative freedom, both stylistically and thematically. If colour is a bit the signature of her paintings, it reflects a pressing and deep need to project “feelings” onto the canvas, and this over the entire range from figurative to abstraction.
A dynamic and positive painting that unites freedom and creativity, pursuing the search for harmony and aesthetics, through various techniques.
She exhibits in many countries in China, United States, France, Italy, Monaco and Japan among others. She received the gold medal Art and Styles Awards in Cannes in 2018. Quotations Akoun and Gladenster.