•BRIGITTE SCHWEITZER is a French, London based contemporary artist whose work incorporates abstract expressionism and figuration. She graduated from the Chelsea College of Art in 2001 with a BA in Fine Art in Painting. 
Her paintings are about energy, vibration, visual meditation and harmony. In a world of military conflicts, health challenges and climate change her work speaks to our human inner strength. The artist believes that the beauty of colour and nature can helps through these unprecedented challenging times .
Her technique mixes acrylic, oil, inks with a very unique gestural approach.

•She exhibited in London in her Acava Studio in 2002, in French private collectors houses in 2003 and in London Sungard's offices in 2004. Her work was bought in 2001 by the Andersen contemporary collection.  For a long time she was staying  private, continuing working on her own inspired by the amazing colours of the Mediterranean Sea. She came back to London roaring in 2020 to further her painting and plans several exhibitions in London and in France. 

She has several exhibitions this year in Florence , Italy , Museo Bellini  March 2022
Roma,Italy, Roma, galleria II Leone, dislivello May 2022
Boomer Gallery, London March2022
Noho Studios , London Fitzrovia , April 2022
Hari Hotel Belgravia, London September 2022
Carrousel du Louvre, Paris,October 2022

Her journey
•Influenced in her childhood  by the big masters from Vermeer to Turner and the Impressionist of the 20s century painting  in Provence, she especially felt attraction to the abstract expressionism from Rothko to Jackson Pollock paintings, and to Gerhard Richter’s new vision of painting from photography.

•Develops her own work around childhood Memory - her BA thesis subject matter - and a constant inner search of meditation and spirituality. Zao wou-Ki is one of her pictorial references.

•Inspiration comes from the nature, the sea and the music . She paints listening to music and loves classical music especially Rimsky- Korsakoff but is also a great fan of Pink Floyds, Genesis, Jean Michel Jarre and Vangelis, all original music pieces without boundaries to style. 

In her process she always oscillates between control and spontaneous pouring painting, between abstraction and figurative references to nature.