New Artist Spotlight: Etienne Roudaut and Michael Soltis

Happy Thursday! And Happy New Artists Day! Every Thursday, UGallery welcomes a batch of new artists and artwork to UGallery. This blog series highlights them.

Send a nice, little “Hello” to Etienne Roudaut and Michael Soltis. Below is a little bit about their work. If you like what you see, let them know by leaving a comment on their profile pages and welcome them to UGallery! I’m sure they’d love to hear from you.

Etienne Roudaut. Paris, France

Everything that Etienne Roudaut stumbles upon is a photographic opportunity. Whether traveling down the Seine or soaring above Scotland, Etienne is on a constant search for good lighting and breath-taking views. By turning his life into an epic quest for beauty, Etienne creates art that resonates with the adventurer inside.

Michael Soltis. Delta, Canada.

According to Michael Soltis art is the “freedom to change.” His blend of typography, color, and composition transforms abstract painting into something more than just paint. He traverses the line between design and art by paralleling traditional art techniques with a savvy design sense. Letters and numbers are chosen not for their inherent meaning but for their shape and aesthetic and how they interplay to create the composition.