Art Journey toward AI Art
- Art powered by Artificial Intelligence -
Early age in France
'Horse' : my 1st photography in the 90's, I was 12, in the analogue days when photography was about rolls, negatives and paper.
During a school discovery program, they made us shoot and print our photography in a dark room with an elarger and the chemicals.
That was my first art experience and this day I discovered my passion for creating Art.
Charcoal in Mexico
I arrived in Mexico in 2000 and I crossed with charcoal (black carbon). This raw and organic material gives a lot of authenticity to the drawings. The charcoal material is intense in its black but it also offers subtilities with its grey shades.
Into your heart
Bonnie and Clyde
Adding colors with chalk pastels in Madrid
I arrived in Madrid in 2005 and I wanted to add colors to my art work.
Chalk pastels offered infinite color possibilities giving a new dimention to the art works.
L'eau, la vie.
Meeting with Street Art in Madrid
Following my friends Guiom and Titi, 2 french street artists in Madrid I made some shootings while they were working. I was curious to explore this new technic and realized some graffiti on my roofterrasse.
Graff in motion
Guiom in action
RoofTerrasse by Guiom
Collages and Paintings in Paris
I arrived in Paris around 2010. I was in a pop culture mood and I found collages interesting to experiment. Plain colors and textures gave a new dimension to the expression. Volume started to shape.
Bonnie and Clyde
Sculpture in Clay, Amsterdam
In 2012 I settled in Amsterdam. A new circle started and I was looking for a new way to make art. This time I wanted to be contact with the material, searching for an authentic experience. So I went to my art supply store and bought a block of 10 kilos of clay to see what could I do with it. The clay material responds directly to you with no intermediaries, no tools rather than your hands shaping faces, emotions and stories.
I was discovering a fantastic new way to share emotions the way I feel them.
Marianne. Symbol of Liberty
Exhibition 'Dutch Medicine'. Amsterdam
Art powered by Artificial Intelligence today
Artificial Intelligence allows the machine to see, hear, talk and move. It is a fantastic Art playground giving super powers to the Artist.
And that's a new chapter that you can discover here :
Anton Philips portrayed by AI
AI imagining Cities
Carole swapping Elon Musk