Tellas is achieving an abstract experimentation in tribute to Georges Seurat, a figure entirly apart in Pointilism.
Mural painting, Rue du Petit Charmont, Besançon (FR)
Bien Urbain 4
1 month : from 7th June to 5th July 2014
14 invited artists : Pierre-Laurent Cassière (FR), Aurélien Bertini (FR), Brad Downey (US), Zosen Bandido (ES) et Mina Hamada (JP), Tellas (IT), Pastel (AR), Elian Chali (AR), Franco Fasoli Jaz (AR), MOMO (US), les Frères Ripoulain (FR), Graphic Surgery (NL), Ever (AR), Etienne Bultingaire (FR).
Born in Sardinia, Tellas is not the stereotype of a megalopolis urban painter. The recurrent motifs in his works are taken from the natural environment: leaves and motifs that evoque the stone become a central point within his work. He developes a painting that connects an importance to the support and the sites atmosphere, where the dimension and colours make us lose some landmarks, and sometimes even our balance.
David Demougeot, Thomas Munerel, Nicolas Waltefaugle, Fany Linossier