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Alice Van de Walle (b.1994) is a French painter who lives and works in Nice. Originally from Colmar, Alsace, she draws most of her inspiration from nature and today the shores of the Mediterranean, creating vibrant images that are inspired by both the terrestrial and the marine shapes.

A Self-taught painter, it is after having studied law in France and England at the Universities of Leicester and Strasbourg, that she took a Master's degree in Communication at Sciences Po Paris. She followed this by joining the Michelin Guide as a communications officer for sustainable gastronomy (conception and deployment of the international Green Star).

She is now pursuing a career as a painter. Passionate about gastronomy and the richness of the land from which it springs, many of her artistic projects have their roots in her contact with winegrowers, farmers, chefs and other professionals. Her research is carried out, in particular, with pastels and oil, through bright colours and the tracing of spontaneous lines and shapes. Her works transcribe a form of intuitive reading of the outside world.

She collaborates with many brands such as Provence Tourisme or the Michelin Guide.

2016-2019 - Sciences Po Paris, Master Communication, Media and Creative industries

2012-2016 - University of Leicester/Université de Strasbourg Double Masters degree in French and English Law (LLB/Maîtrise)



2022 - Corrélation, Villa Flore, Nice, France, curated by Lucillia Chenel (group)

2022 - Permanent, Auberge La Fenière, Lourmarin, France (solo)

2021 - Aux lignes du jour, Espace du Côté des Renoir, Essoyes, France (solo)
2019 - Figure des Batignolles, Hôtel Glasgow, Paris, France (solo)

2018 - Figures, Théâtre de la Cité internationale, Paris, France (group)


2021/2022 -  Annual residency and collaboration with the Michelin starred chef Nadia Sammut, Lourmarin, France

2021 - Renoir Residency, Essoyes, France

Copyright Alice Van de Walle. All rights reserved. Works may not be reproduced without permission.

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