FESTIVE OPENING EXHIBITION CHRISTEL DELRIEU PETRAUD
Solo-exhibition Christel Delrieu Pétraud
Van Loon Galleries is hosting a solo exhibition featuring sparkling works by France’s Christel Delrieu Pétraud. The new artworks can be seen from Saturday, June 10 through Sunday, July 9, 2023 in the gallery on the Heuvel in the center of Vught.
The festive opening of this exhibition will take place on Sunday, June 11, from 1 p.m. onwards. Christel Delrieu Pétraud will be present at the gallery, where she will personally explain her works. Would you like to be present? Then please register via email@example.com. We look forward to welcoming you!
Opening hours gallery:
Wednesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday from 12.00 to 17.00 hours.
Sunday from 13.00 to 16.00 hours.
Or by appointment.
Christel Delrieu Pétraud (France, 1976)
Christel Delrieu Pétraud’s paintings have two characteristics: ‘Blur’ and ‘Shadow colors.’ She has developed a new approach to painting and is inspired by human beauty in general. According to Pétraud, art brings out feelings and emotions in us and allows all the senses to be stimulated. It is a universal language and gets us moving. Her mysterious painting works are covered by a veil, so to speak, which gives special effects. Different techniques and materials give her works an intriguing appearance.
Christel Delrieu Pétraud has created her own style. Characteristic are the intense, saturated colors that enhance her particular compositions. She is constantly exploring her favorite areas and applying the effects of colors, materials and light. She draws inspiration from travel, people as well as science, photography and the digital world. Her portraits are veiled in a moving rhythm. The result: mysterious paintings of mostly female beauties that delight our perception.
International award-winning artist
Christel Delrieu Pétraud is an internationally award-winning artist who lives and works much of her life in Toulouse, France. This French painter has several solo and group international exhibitions to her credit, including in Spain, Italy and the United States. Her works are part of important collections worldwide.