Lastly, Lefeuvre’s constant search for simplicity acts as fuel for him to create artworks. “I wonder about the natural tendency that one can have to accumulate objects or, on the contrary, to create more space around oneself, which I try to accomplish in my paintings.” From the thousands of images that fill his mind, the quest for aesthetic simplicity anchors Lefeuvre to produce stunning paintings that are highly nuanced. The goal: to find a certain inner peace. He invites us into a world of mystery, where visitors get to discover and learn more about the artist’s imagination through his impressionist creations.
The “I Think I See It” exhibition is organised by Clementine de Forton Gallery and Marina Design Works, as part of Voilah! Festival in partnership with the French Embassy.
On 7 November, a talk event will be conducted and French-American writer Marie-Diane Meissirel will share her inspiration about Nicolas Lefeuvre’s art.
Nicolas Lefeuvre “I Think I See It” Exhibition
5-28 November 2022
Opening hours: 11am to 7pm (Thursdays to Sundays)
63 Spottiswoode Park Rd, Singapore 088651