By Neena Ghosh | 15 January 2017 08:00:00After a week spent with the French artist Neon, who has a show in London, we’ve had a chance to chat with him about his work.
We’ve also seen him work in the UK and around the world.
Neon’s Neon and String paintings are an important piece of art for him.
Neons are made of coloured, coloured lights.
They’re very interesting, they’re very abstract.
The idea of neon lights is very important to him, but it’s also a very important piece to me, he says.
He’s an artist of the moment and he’s also very conscious about his medium.
He likes to use colour in his work, as well as different types of light.
We sat down in the studio of his studio in Paris to discuss the artworks and the process of making them.
What is the process?
I have a little book that I wrote about the Neon Art exhibition, in which I talked about the colour, the lights and the colours, he explains.
I also gave a video interview to the Guardian and to an international media outlet.
This is what he had to say.
The Neon Art exhibit at the Bournemouth Art Gallery is one of my first paintings.
The whole process started a couple of years ago when I was a student at the Royal Academy of Arts in the Netherlands.
It’s a small exhibition that takes place in the centre of Bournsey.
It is a very small space, but the idea was that the artist would have the space and the space was really big and very busy, so that’s why we started this exhibition.
We also did an exhibition there with other artists.
We are still working on it, so I guess you can say that it’s very early.
But this one, which is called Neon and string, was born.
I had done the Neon painting before and then I was very sad about it.
I was not sure about the string one, so they had a little bit of a problem.
So I started the string painting.
We put the lights inside the strings, but then I did the neon light in a different way, and that was a very good moment for me.
So the first piece of Neon art I did was about three years ago.
This one is from last year, which was the Neon and then the string, because I was working on this Neon painting and the string I was also working on the Neon.
I wanted to create something different from that, which made me really happy, because Neon is not an artist that works in a vacuum.
I work in this moment, and it is very, very complicated, and there are many things that are going on in the space.
I’m not a master of the whole process.
I have my own way of doing things.
I can say a lot of things about the light and how it is, what it’s doing.
You know how you put a neon light on a light box?
You put a light on the box and then put another light on top of that, and you put the light on this.
And so on.
I’ve got a lot more things that I want to say about that.
I don’t want to put it down, but I want you to see what I do.
When I was painting neon, I was always interested in how it affects people.
It affects them.
So when I painted Neon, I had this idea about the world, and how people react to Neon.
This idea, as a result of this painting, has been very influential in my life.
I think Neon is very much like the way people react when they see the neon, and they are very sensitive to it, I am very sensitive, he said.
The neon light is very bright, and I think that people will be able to understand this if they have a sense of humour.
You can see it when you look at the neon.
I would like to paint something in Neon that I think is more symbolic, that is more abstract, but also more powerful.
I do think that Neon is a symbol, but not just a symbol.
Neon is more like a person, he added.
The light is also very powerful, he explained.
So Neon is about the power of light, and this is a message.
I like the idea of Neon as a symbol for people, and because I think there is so much power in neon, this message of Neon, of power and this message, I think, resonates in people, he concluded.
We spoke for about 10 minutes, and then we started to talk about the neon art show, which started this week in London.
It started with a show at the British Museum in London in the exhibition Neon, and we were in the same place, in the museum.
I went to see it, and when I came