Dominique Bruneton is a graphic designer of training. The works of this artist, painter, graphic designer and illustrator, passionate about images drawn from everyday life, can transport us to urban universes, include crowds or solitary portraits. His paintings illustrate the movement of present time, the whirlwind of life, using the most varied materials: canvas, wood, cardboard, newspapers, papers ... its technique, combining abstraction and hyperrealism, transcends reality to explore, in A vibrant style, humanity, exile, urbanity. Its selective palette, its assemblies of materials, its light games evoke slices of life, in a sincere and personal approach. “Deserted quays, bathed in the light held of the neon lights of the RATP; dark alleys; Gray walls where graffiti merge, and which seem to whisper you: "Memento Mori" ... The canvases of Dominique Bruneton transpose you in these urban, ethereal and intriguing universes. Nocturnal landscapes that only a few solitary souls cross such as the theft of an angel in the depths of a sleeping city. "