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Artwork information

Category

Drawing

Technique

Mixed media on paper

Date

2020

Dimensions

65 cm x 50 cm

Signature

Signed and dated

Proof(s) of authenticity

A certificate of authenticity of the artist can be delivered to the buyer

State of conservation

Very good

Framing

No

Location

Massy, France

Description

This work was created on paper using acrylic paints, markers and pastels.

Provenance

Artist's studio in Massy, France


Jéko

Painter
Drawer
FranceBorn in : 1994Emerging artistEmerging artist

Jéko is a French artist, he grew up in the Paris region, more exactly in the south of Paris. He has always scribbled innocently on pieces of paper without any goal or precise aestheticism.

As a child, he was attracted by the graffiti he saw along the roads. All these shapes and colours fascinated him to such an extent that they still accompany him today.

One day, his mother gave him a canvas, a pot of blue paint and a black marker. It was this approach that gave him the desire to paint again and again.

It is thus by starting to paint that he became interested in the history of art, painters and their paintings. 

Self-taught, he did not follow any artistic training, but nevertheless, he knows how to transcribe his emotions and thoughts through his creations. Jéko's work is full of imagination and productivity. 

"What touches me the most and what appeals to me first in everything I see are the colours and shapes."

In his studio, he paints what he thinks. He transcribes his art as an impulse, a desire, a thought. 

Following his instinct, letting his mind run free, that is how he produces his works.

This is also the effect that his works have on everyone, young and old, when you look at them. It is easy to tell your own story. 

It is easy to understand why he is working on several works at the same time. Some of them are finished in a day, while others lie dormant for months before they are finished. 

"What counts for me is the passion of the moment, the forgetting and the moment."

Jéko

FranceBorn in : 1994Emerging artistEmerging artist
Painter
Drawer

Jéko is a French artist, he grew up in the Paris region, more exactly in the south of Paris. He has always scribbled innocently on pieces of paper without any goal or precise aestheticism.

As a child, he was attracted by the graffiti he saw along the roads. All these shapes and colours fascinated him to such an extent that they still accompany him today.

One day, his mother gave him a canvas, a pot of blue paint and a black marker. It was this approach that gave him the desire to paint again and again.

It is thus by starting to paint that he became interested in the history of art, painters and their paintings. 

Self-taught, he did not follow any artistic training, but nevertheless, he knows how to transcribe his emotions and thoughts through his creations. Jéko's work is full of imagination and productivity. 

"What touches me the most and what appeals to me first in everything I see are the colours and shapes."

In his studio, he paints what he thinks. He transcribes his art as an impulse, a desire, a thought. 

Following his instinct, letting his mind run free, that is how he produces his works.

This is also the effect that his works have on everyone, young and old, when you look at them. It is easy to tell your own story. 

It is easy to understand why he is working on several works at the same time. Some of them are finished in a day, while others lie dormant for months before they are finished. 

"What counts for me is the passion of the moment, the forgetting and the moment."