You love your dog, cat, horse, or any other “furry” family member and want to get a forever lasting memory. At Gallery La Fayette, we know how much your fur baby means to you. Our goal is to create a perfect work of art that you can treasure forever. Above all, we believe in celebrating humanity and helping people and animals in need through art.
With the growing digitalization in the 21st century, everybody has access to cameras and smartphones. One can instantly capture significant moments with just one click. Hundreds of photos can be taken in a matter of a few seconds. This way the beautiful memory of a loved one smiling or perhaps a kid dancing in the rain, is stored in our pockets, 24/7. One swipe and you are allowed to experience the same moment again.
“Painting is silent poetry and poetry is a painting that speaks” The quote itself brings the ideology that a painting is a source to thousands of different thoughts in humans. Painting is one of the oldest art forms of structures with many unforeseen sculpting techniques. With the deeper understanding, humankind with forever and a day learned […]
Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) is an impressive example of a professional artist whose artistic subject matter was extremely influenced by her chronic, severe illness. The Mexican artist Frida Kahlo (1907–1954) is one of the most celebrated artists of the 20th century. Frida’s pictures derive from her life as a woman. She created something new out of […]
First, it was considered if it would be possible to stretch and exhibit the paintings in a traditional way, i.e. stretched on stretchers or strainers and then hung flat on the wall. This would give an even strain distribution and make it possible to handle and move the pictures around the museum.
To give a good taste to Oil Painting, we will enunciate some of the trenchant qualities that make them desirable by many artists. Oil paints have been around since the 7th century when it first came into use. Oil Paintings are preferred for the phenomenal results they bring in skillful hands. A picture speaks a thousand words.