Landscapes, still lifes and nudes: these are the themes dear to Brigitte Di Scala. Without prior photographic support, she invites us to dive into a dreamlike world that allows her to translate her emotions on a canvas and share them with the public.
Her vocation: to be a painter
Born in 1959, the artist Brigitte Di Scala trained for a year in the studio of the painter K. Rezvanian, then turned to the Higher School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg where she studied for 3 years. Today she lives and works in Mundolsheim near Strasbourg. Being a painter for Brigitte Di Scala was just obvious. Like all children she drew, with the difference that she never stopped.
As she likes to remind "at the start, yes, there is indeed a third of talent, then a third of work, but above all a large third of love". For about thirty years now, she has exhibited her paintings both in France and abroad, won numerous awards and, moreover, enjoys a Drouot rating.
In the impressionist way
Brigitte Di Scala draws her inspiration from everywhere, mainly from nature, from her childhood memories, from the face of a person who has a story to tell her. The wild flowers that she paints tirelessly through a very personal style of impressionist inspiration, symbolize freedom and the joy of living.