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Marcel Demagny

"Fleurs de Jardin"



"Les Cypres"


"Vase Fleuri"


"Lavandes et Coquelicots"



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Marcel Demagny




     The second of four children, Marcel Demagny was born in October, 1949. He graduated from the Nancy, France, School of Architecture in 1974, formerly known as the National School of Fine Arts. After receiving his diploma, Demagny became chief architect of the French city, Nancy, in which he still resides today. “I have always been fond of musical analogies and would say that as an architect I am a conductor, and as a painter, I am a soloist.”-Demagny


     It was during his years in school that he explored an interest in painting. He worked with graphic designers, painters and the plastic arts. Color and matter have always played a major role in Demagny’s style. Many artists have influenced the manner in which he paints today, such as a very talented artist by the name of Nicolas de Stael who painted abstract art. He dealt with sharp angles and the absence of hue. Demagny’s work is obviously inspired with his sharp cut edges of petals and their monochromatic background.


     Another artist that greatly influenced Demagny was Bernard Buffet, a graphic designer. While he used a different medium, his work represented the idea “less is more.” Buffet put his feelings into an ordinary object. Demagny wants this in his paintings. He lets his emotions guide him along the canvas. “I have reached my current style, which is now well established, working by layering colors with the palette knife and spatula. This is the culmination of 37 years of passion and practice.”-Demagny


     Presently he devotes more time to painting as architecture can not express his creativity any longer. His favorite subjects include, landscapes, floral arrangements, music and automobile racing. He loves these subjects, but chooses to not confine himself to one in particular. The color and style of Demagny’s paintings are truly an expression of himself.


One Man Exhibits

1969 Faulquemont

1970 St. Die

1972 Neufchateau

1976 Galerie Corbin

1980-2000 Nancy

1986 Cruetwald

1989-1999 Galerie International de Nancy

1992 Galerie Lacydon, Reg. Majeur, Dutilleul

1993 Galerie Alvares, Lacydon, Les Calades

1994 Galerie Dutilleul, Lacydon, Serpente

Nolleau Marseille, Lacydon

Chartres, Regard, L’Atelier

1995 Galerie Jacques Coeur

1996 Galerie Les Calades, St. Michael

1997 Galerie Aktuaryus, Guilhaumet,

Dutilleul, Alvares, Reno

1998 Galerie Sagittaire, Accord

1999 Galerie Alvares, Les Calades

2000 Galerie Aktuaryus, Accord

2002 Galerie Accord

2003 Galerie Bolognini Thionville;

Galerie St. Sulpice

2004 Galerie Schortgen

2005 Galerie Pharos, Galerie de

l’écusson, Galerie Bolognini

2006 Galerie Dupuis, Galerie Sillage,

Galerie JCB, Galerie Kleber, Galerie

Liel Sarrebruck

2007 Galerie Pharos, Galerie Darfi St.

Sulpicce, Galerie de L’Ecusson


Permanent Exhibits

Galerie Artemis—St. Paul De Vence

Galerie le Fleuron—Honfleur

Galerie Brianb—Royan

Galerie Bouscayrol-Bordeaux-Pau-Biarritz

Galerie de Medicis—Paris

Galerie du Vieux Lyon—Lyon

Galerie Mercure—Beziers

Galerie C—Selestat

Galerie F Bolognin—Thionville

Galerie D’Arfi—Suisse

Galerie Schortgen—Luxemburg et Esch

Galerie Kleber – Nancy

Galerie Splook Concep – Honfleur

Galerie de L’Ecusson – Montpellier

Galerie Arts Sud – Villeuneuve

Galerie Broglin – Colmar

Galerie Bouscayrol – Pau, Biarritz, Bordeaux

Galerie Sillage – Paimpol

Galerie Artemis – St. Paul de Vence

Galerie Darfi – St. Sulpice, Fribourg

Galerie Schortgen – Luxembourg, Esch/Alzette

Galerie Pharos – Marseille, St. Remy

de Provence, Avignon

Galerie Leil – Sarrebrug

Galerie C – Selestat



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