|St. Paul de Vence is world
famous for its art and artists. For nearly
a century, St. Paul has attracted painters,
sculptures, writers, actors, poets, photographers
and philosophers from across Europe, the
Americas and Asia. St. Paul is home to some
of the finest art galleries in the world,
including the acclaimed Maeght Foundation.
Villa St. Maxime houses the work of
many fine artists from France, Italy,
the UK, Luxembourg, the US, and more … many
on display are works belonging to the
Villa, others are for sale on behalf
of the artists themselves:
| Vesna Osojnicki
Having studied in Croatia under Ivan Kozaric and as a Fullbright scholar in the US, her speciality is sweeping, dramatic, abstract sculptures.
Born and raised in Calabria (Southern
Italy) in a small fishermen’s village,
inspiring her art with the color and beauty
of her native land. She is a fine, new,
young artist whose work shows real promise.
|| Carol Guggenheim
Best known for her whimsical “word” sketches and her riveting
geometric abstracts, Carol is well known in New York, Paris and the South
John paints with oil on canvas in Ireland and France – a painter
of delightful light and color. Aside from oils, he is renowned as an
illustrator for whiskey producers, HP, Harrods, and even Margaret Thatcher.
Franz is a well known Luxembourgish artist – noted for his use
of wit, form and color. His works have been shown throughout Europe,
in the United States, and the Far East.
Mr. Zoro is a French sculpture shown throughout Europe, known for his
work in stone and diverse materials. Interestingly, he works with eyes
closed, as though blind, creating substance and skillful interplays with
Omar is a famous Moroccan sculpture best known for his clay forms and
his intriguing “sand boxes” suggestive of Egyptian tombs
and ancient North African cultures. His work reflects great skill & imagination.