French artist Jérôme Royer lets his imagination run wild with water colors. Royer is a " self-taught artist who primarily uses watercolor to create portraits and other realistic pieces of art with abstract twists. He has experience with many creative methods including color pencils, acrylic, and watercolor painting." Royer's work is influenced by his work experience in architecture and design. He believes "art requires freedom in structure and personal expression."
We are excited to have Royer as a featured artist on ArtCrasher. The fine lines in his artwork make the features of his subjects look like a map. These lines create layers in his work, perhaps to reflect the layered personalities of his muses. Royer's drop paintings also deserve to be recognized. His drip paintings are a modern mix of blotch and splatter painting techniques.