TROMPE-L'OEIL (French for 'deceive the eye') is an art technique involving extremely realistic imagery in order to create the optical illusion that the depicted objects appear in three dimensions. While these images are now aviable as a "wallpaper" it does not give you the same look as a hand painted image. The Studio Artiste in The Treasure Coast, Florida offers the Artistic painting specialty services of Tromp L'oeil and Wall Murals. As an artist, I approach every project as a unique opportunity to bring beautiful magic into your living space, whether its indoors or outdoors. I can do a variety of subject matter to suit your tastes, whether its for a formal room, a childrens nursery or a ceiling and can be painted anywhere. To see some examples of Tromp L'oeil or Wall Murals click below on the links provided.
Click here for Mural and Tromp L'Oeil Gallery.
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I have been an artist for most of my life, painting in Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Palm Beach and now the Treasure Coast and am constantly striving for that "Master Piece." My ideas come from dreams and real life which feels like a dream, constantly changing. My artwork has been titled "Conceptual Surrealism," and have been trained by both my parents, who were great artists in their own right, in all aspects of oil painting. This site is primarily devoted to my artwork both in oil painting and for Murals, which is painting on a wall surface, either in a 3D look and feel or just a straight Mural and of course for my Father, QB Leone. I have taken my oil painting expertise into the computer / digital arena and now enjoy painting with Photoshop brushes, and will post those images as they are finished. Currently working on a "Euroscape," in one point perspective.
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QB Leone Artwork
The Studio Artiste in The Treasure Coast, Florida is pleased to present an online art gallery for QB Leone's artwork,
Raquelia's father, who passed away in 1995. QB Leone was a well known artist in the Boca Raton and Ft. Lauderdale area from 1985 to 1995. His
technique included cubism to the classic style of the Italian Renaissance period. He was recognized by his unique
subject matter and received many coveted awards, namely "The Philip Hulitar Award" from The Society of The Four Arts in 1992 for his drawing
of "The Woman" and The Hortt Award from The Museum of Art in Ft. Lauderdale for "Moonlight Sonata.
"Free the creative eye from the structure of habit and once freed, the hand and eye must discover the discipline, which permits effective expression."
Querino Brando Leone.