Paintings and murals of invisible characters created by French artist John Kviar.
Born in Sens in 1986, John Kviar is a French painter who currently lives and works in Toulon, France. He discovered his passion for graffiti during his youth in the metropolitan area of Paris, near Melun, where he began to transfer his drawings on diverse walls between Damarie-les-Lys and Fontainebleau. Together with Frais, Cheipa, and Simer, he co-founded the artistic collective Thérapicturale. Right at this time he also developed his distinctive style of invisible characters. Please read more below.
Over the years, John Kviar started to work additionally with oil on canvases. His paintings draw the viewer into a surreal world populated by invisible people, only their environment and clothing is visible. The artist says: “The clothing symbolizes human presence while leaving the puzzle of what is happening inside.”
These empty clothes give the viewer the opportunity to settle in this setting. Below you can find more pictures including 3 paintings with oil and acrylic on canvas and a large scaled mural made in Bordeaux in 2015. For more, please visit his website: www.johnkviar.com
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