Christian Vey

Chanteur
Chanteur
39.3x31.8
Violon - L'armée Jazz
Violon - L'armée Jazz
35.75 x 28.75"
Satchmo 2009 by Christian Vey
Satchmo 2009*
35.5x35.5
solo blues*
39.33" x 39.33"
Cab Calloway
39.33" x 31.5"
la vie en rose
la vie en rose
39.25x39.25
Ella 2
Ella 2
39" x 39"
Quand les Femmes Courent
Quand les Femmes Courent
31.8x39.3
Musique en Couleur
Musique en Couleur
39.3x39.3
Portrait Feminin
Portrait Feminin*
36x28.2
Chanteur II
Chanteur II
40" x 40"
Envol*
Envol*
39 x 39
Emotion*
Emotion*
39.4x39.4
Piano - L'armee Jazz
Piano - L'armee Jazz
36" x 29"
Duke Ellington*
Duke Ellington*
39.33" x 39.33"
couleur jazz
couleur jazz*
39.4x31.5
La Veste Rouge*
La Veste Rouge*
39.4x39.4
Couleurs d'Ete
Couleurs d'Ete
39.5x32
tourment
tourment*
47.2x47.2
duo
Duo*
39.4x39.4
Instant Vole
Instant Vole
63x35.5
Solo*
Solo*
39.4x31.5
jazz*
jazz*
39.4x31.5
jazz assis*
jazz assis*
31.5x39.4
Fats Waller - Jazz New Orleans
Fats Waller - Jazz New Orleans
39.33" x 31.5"
jazz violet
jazz violet
43.25x31.5
Souvenir
Souvenir
39 x 39
Angelina
Angelina
39 x 31.5
Voix - L'armée Jazz*
Voix - L'armée Jazz*
35.75 x 28.75"
Batteur - L'armée Jazz
Batteur - L'armée Jazz
35.75" x 28.75"
Oiseau
Oiseau
39 x 39
Satchmo - Jazz New Orleans
Satchmo - Jazz New Orleans
39.33" x 31.5"
souffle
souffle
39.4x39.4
Les notes bleues by Christian Vey
Les notes bleues*
35.8x28.7
Nue Pose
Nue Pose
39.5x31.5
solo miles davis
39.ee" x 27.5"
N&B Coltrane*
N&B Coltrane*
39.33" x 39.33"
Seduction
Seduction
39 x 39
Christian Vey

Christian Vey was born November 8, 1960 in St. Ettiene, France. A former member of the French National Judo team, Christian’s day job since 1981 has been teaching judo. At night he can be found in his studio, drawing forth color from the darkness. While on holiday in Brittany in 1986 he discovered painting. While seemingly unrelated, judo and painting fit together well for Christian; the same feelings of energy and accomplishment that he experienced in judo affected him while he painted. For the first time he was able to express his life long love of jazz through his painting. He tries to give a sound to each of his colors, carrying away his subjects in the improvised rhythms of his music. His men and women dance and sway, spilling out of the borders of his paintings; one can almost hear the wail of a saxophone, the beat of a drum.

Appropriately enough, one of his first exhibitions was at a Jazz Festival in France. Since 1991, when he began showing his work, he has had successful shows in Canada, Paris, and Vienne as well as being a member of “de la maison des artistes à Paris.”

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