People - Meditation and inner self

Pierre levicky’s style draws on the solid classicism of early middle age religious paintings. Pierre’s figures are stylized, clothed or not in swirling formalized drapery, positioned in such way that with some characters facing inwards with often backs turned toward the observer a natural illusion of space is created. The figures are carefully arranged as to create the involve-ment of the viewer when browsing the painting often encouraging innerself exploration and silent meditation.

Whilst not frescoes, Pierre’s technic and the clever use of acrylic, allows for the creation of more durable murals with unprecedented colours and brilliance.