is a French artist. He lives and works in Paris, France. To captivate the eye by transforming the clear into a blur and the fixed into a movement is an active ingredient in his research. He paints in a very instinctive way, following the example of the expressionists who fascinates him. Through the colours, brush strokes, composition, background and rhythm of the painting, he attempts to create works which truly represent bodies in a space without distortion. Without having a clear idea of the final result, he stops his work before it seems finished. The moment where little is enough to suggest the stucture interests him, leaving the spectator’s imagination open at the moment the scene is starting to appear. Knowing when to stop before saying too much is what he tried to do.
More about Lou Ros and his illustrated paintings here.