Painting beautiful is boring – Lou RosUnder - Art, Inspiration
Lou Ros, 26, began painting at the age of 17. Based in Paris, France, he started with graffiti for fun with friends which soon became a real addiction to him. Learning to paint without going through an art school, Lou felt the limits of his street art, admitting himself that:
There is an ethics of aesthetic beauty and repetition that eventually bores me. Painting beautiful is boring, while making a painting that has strength is quite another thing. So I started painting at home.
His art represents the visible and not so visible worlds. With paint brush in his hands colors fly, dance and rejoice with pleasure and passion.
2 thoughts to “Painting beautiful is boring – Lou Ros”
Beautiful! There’s a remarkable influence by Francis Bacon’s work.
Mr. Grime Lab
Absolutely wonderful works
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