Studio William FENECH
1 Avenue Michel Aribaud, 66400 Céret
04 68 64 92 32
The Studio is ideally located between the Céret Museum of Modern Art and the Céret Museum of Musical Instruments.
Opening times :
April 1st – October 31: 10am – 7pm non-stop, 7 days a week,
November 1st – March 31: 10am – 6pm non stop from Saturday until Monday included.
Tuesday to Friday : please call for an appointment at 06 25 72 76 50
William Fenech is a self-taught artist whose deep-rooted tradition of oil on canvas is nonetheless resolutely attuned to the present. He works with a broad range of subjects and enjoys painting people (barroom scenes, musicians, clowns, nudes…) as well as landscapes, seascapes and other subjects.
His talent for drawing and capacity for work have created a powerfully unique oeuvre which despite its diversity shows a rare consistency of expression, feeling and emotion.
Fenech defines himself as a figurative expressionist. His subjects are not related by chance. His work is imagined, sketched, and then skillfully orchestrated; afterwards, he destroys it with spontaneous gestures in order to give it greater artistic dimension. In so doing, he brings to bear his personal notions – covering the space with vivid and instinctive lines, moving about constantly to evaluate the dimension of his painting, then brushing in the colors – in order to add power, intensity and magic to the finished painting as a whole.
Fenech’s work is closely followed by a constantly-growing circle of amateurs and collectors both in France and abroad.