"Every year we meet in this house in Auvergne, nestled in the top of a valley, where one of us now lives. We laugh, we talk about anything, we plant, we bathe, we cook, we guess the birds, we fish, we walk the dog and we walk ourselves too. It is the liberation, the freedom, the adolescence found again, the life that we would like. "Les Beaux Jours" are here. And every year it's like we never have left each other."
Beya wants this exhibition to be happy and carefree, invaded by flowers, as in a big garden. "Les Beaux Jours" are an invitation to return to the simple but essential things that make you feel good.
Born in 1995 and graduated from the Saint-Luc Institute in Brussels, Beya Rebaï then completed her training at the Ecole de Condé in Paris. Beya works in an intuitive and very personal way, always with the requirement to go to the essential. Inspired by the Nabis and the Fauves, her primary emotion comes from color! Her palette of pastels, both bright and soft, has become her signature."