They are filled with a special atmosphere.
Artist gaël Patin (Patin Gaеl) having not the best eyesight, relying on their imagination depicts objects as if they have anything in common with the world around him, and people and everyday situations are set in the paintings.
Deftly playing with light and shade, emphasizing thus the finest details, he creates very realistic images, like snapshots, reports Cultural studies.
As a child, Gael loved to watch father artist working in the Studio. So he had a thirst for art. In six years, at the insistence of parents, he begins to attend design courses. It was only after moving with his family to France, the boy continued to develop their skills and knowledge in drawing, paying attention to watercolor and oil technique. Trained at the Academy of art in Sardinia, not sharing the views of teachers, he began to study painting. Lost in his own thoughts, having introspective and more and more tending to realism, the future artist began to study the technique of “optical illusion”.
Drawing what he saw, he tried not only to preserve but also to pass on a rich color palette, and the immediacy of optical sensations in his work, sometimes so similar in the pictures. And it is not surprising that, over time, honed his skills, he began to hold solo exhibitions throughout Europe, and his works today are in private collections of European cities.
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