| GUYLA |
Guyla is an Parisian artist whose portraits and daily life scenes have a certain melancholic atmosphere. Her technique is based on the work of the lights. It allows her to go beyond drawing in a classical style. Her work reveals an inner world depicted in a very intimate way. She fell in love with arts at 5 years old, right after she discovered the artwork of Pablo Picasso “the Weeping Woman”. From that moment she knew she wanted to be an artist. Guyla studied art and graphic design. Once she graduated, she worked and travelled a lot, looking for herself. However, she continued to develop and sharpen her skills.
At the center of her artistic research and interests there is the human being as her main theme. The artist observes and examines the light how it plays and fall to illuminate her subjects. Her last series with close up portraits flirt with abstraction. Guyla’s paintings are part of the figurative contemporary art. She offers scenes of daily life, portraits and bodies caught up in the hugeness through her artworks. She is now part of Marciano’s galleries artists selection.