Dominique Bruneton is a graphic designer by training. The works of this artist, painter, graphic designer and illustrator, passionate about images from everyday life, can transport us into urban worlds, depict crowds or solitary portraits. His paintings illustrate the movement of the present time, the whirlwind of life, using the most varied materials: canvas, wood, cardboard, newspapers, piers... His technique, combining abstraction and hyper-realism, transcends reality to explore, in a vibrant style, humanity, exile, urbanity. His selective palette, his assemblages of materials, his plays of light evoke slices of life, in a sincere and personal approach.
"Deserted quays, bathed in the light of the neon lights of the Ratp; dark alleys; grey walls where graffiti merge, and which seem to whisper to you: "memento mori"... Dominique Bruneton’s paintings transpose you into these ethereal and intriguing urban worlds. Night landscapes that only a few lonely souls cross, like the flight of an angel in the depths of a sleeping city."