When Léa Lydie Lefebvre is asked to define her profession, she often uses the term designer. It is true that if painting and the depth of hues play a predominant role in his paintings, the line is often at the origin of the work, this line that runs, sinuous, envelops, traps as much as it releases. The colours then pierce the contours, illuminating the painting as if the light were revealing a stained glass window. The techniques used combine watercolour, felt, Chinese ink and acrylic in the same painting to accentuate the rhythm of the drawing or give it its tone. His work, intuitive and luminous, resonates with all his artistic experiences and collaborations, especially during his performances that combine painting and music.
Léa is mainly self-taught in her painting and drawing practice.
Lea mainly exhibits in Paris. The most remarkable experience was certainly that of the Rex Club, where Léa’s paintings were both exhibited on the walls of this famous Parisian place and projected in animated images to the rhythm of the music.