digital art

Here’s my current collection of works!

Have you spotted any works on my social networks but can’t find them here? They may be sold, but some are simply on display. Contact me to find out for sure!

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A Belgian artist.

My artistic background is anything but conventional. I didn’t go to art school and didn’t work in the arts for many years, instead spending a decade in the world of commerce and management.

However, the COVID-19 pandemic marked a turning point in my life. In the midst of the uncertainty and isolation that characterised this period, I looked for an occupation that would provide a glimmer of inspiration and creativity. Encouraged by my father, I finally immersed myself in the world of abstract art, a revelation for me. Since then, I’ve been committed to learning and perfecting my artistic techniques, exploring new mediums and textures, constantly seeking to push back the boundaries of my creativity.

My artistic work is expressed both on canvas and in digital painting. When I embarked on a year-long trip around the world, I realised that the iPad would be the ideal tool for continuing to create, wherever I was. This experience opened up new perspectives for me, inspiring me in a unique way and encouraging me to experiment further.

The heart of my artistic inspiration lies in exploring paradoxes. I find my passion in contrasts of colour and texture, but above all in the fine line between dream and reality. My work attempts to express both my deep reflections and my vision of the world, while reflecting my interest in daydreams and the enigmatic situations they engender.

My art is an intimate journey through the grey areas of consciousness, where I draw my inspiration to create works that invite viewers to explore their own thoughts and emotions, while pushing back the boundaries of reality.

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Artiste peintre belge - Laetitia Nemery - art contemporain
Artiste peintre belge - Laetitia Nemery - art contemporain

A Belgian artist.

My artistic background is anything but conventional. I didn’t go to art school and didn’t work in the arts for many years, instead spending a decade in the world of commerce and management.

However, the COVID-19 pandemic marked a turning point in my life. In the midst of the uncertainty and isolation that characterised this period, I looked for an occupation that would provide a glimmer of inspiration and creativity. Encouraged by my father, I finally immersed myself in the world of abstract art, a revelation for me. Since then, I’ve been committed to learning and perfecting my artistic techniques, exploring new mediums and textures, constantly seeking to push back the boundaries of my creativity.

My artistic work is expressed both on canvas and in digital painting. When I embarked on a year-long trip around the world, I realised that the iPad would be the ideal tool for continuing to create, wherever I was. This experience opened up new perspectives for me, inspiring me in a unique way and encouraging me to experiment further.

The heart of my artistic inspiration lies in exploring paradoxes. I find my passion in contrasts of colour and texture, but above all in the fine line between dream and reality. My work attempts to express both my deep reflections and my vision of the world, while reflecting my interest in daydreams and the enigmatic situations they engender.

My art is an intimate journey through the grey areas of consciousness, where I draw my inspiration to create works that invite viewers to explore their own thoughts and emotions, while pushing back the boundaries of reality.

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Canvas painting or digital painting?

You’re wondering what exactly the difference is? Well, it’s very simple!

A painting on canvas is, as the name suggests, produced on canvas using traditional painting techniques. Although they are often more expensive, they are unique works of art.

Digital paintings, on the other hand, are created using digital tools. In my case, I usually work on an iPad. The main advantage of digital printing is that you can choose the medium and the print format, so you can adapt them to your preferences.

Alu-Dibond art print

We use original 3 mm thick Alu-Dibond® panels specifically designed for digital printing. These panels consist of a black polyethylene core covered with aluminum, featuring a layer of white aluminum. The black edges of these plates add a remarkable aesthetic to our fine art prints on Alu-Dibond.

Impression d'art - peinture numérique sur Aluminium Dibond mat Impression d'art - peinture numérique sur Aluminium Dibond brillant

Alu-Dibond art print

We use original 3 mm thick Alu-Dibond® panels specially designed for digital printing. These panels consist of a black polyethylene core covered with aluminum, with a layer of white aluminum. The black edges of these panels add a remarkable aesthetic to our art prints on Alu-Dibond.

Impression d'art - peinture numérique sur Aluminium Dibond mat Impression d'art - peinture numérique sur Aluminium Dibond brillant