Laurence Ginailhac

Laurence Ginailhac is from France and she is born in 1967

From early age Laurence Ginailhac has been painting and drawing.

At the age of 19 she graduates from the school of Arts &Crafts.

In that department, she instructed for 6 years and also grew her own artistic style during 20 years.

In her travel to the States, she finally receives an excellent short-term instruction in classical art, and choses to pursue this kind of art form.

In 2011, Laurence Ginailhac entered at last the Russian Art Academy where she deepened her skills in classical art for the last 4 years.

She develops creative ideas in a figurative fashion including beauty and enhancing the meaning of it: harmony & order.

She now, applies to the second and last year of the Master program in the Russian Academy.

She is strongly motivated to fulfill a 20 years dream to have a professional career in the arts holding the vision to raise as an artist the portrayal of true beauty and emotions conveying an inspiring and Godly message to the viewer.

She wants to be representing a mark of quality and be qualified in the professional field of Figurative Academic Art.

Diplomas & studies:

1988 – Arts & Crafts degree in Bordeaux, France

2005 – Associate degree in Fine Arts, University of Nations, USA

2008 – Bachelor degree in Counseling University of Nations, USA


2004 – University of Nations, USA

2005 – Tennessee, USA

2011 – Geneva, Switzerland

2012 – Lausanne, Switzerland; Yverdon, Switzerland; Geneva, Switzerland

2013 – Geneva, Switzerland

2014 - Geneva, Switzerland

Instruction experience:

1991 – 1997: teacher in Arts & Crafts, France

2009 – 2011: teacher in Fine Arts University of Nations, Switzerland

2011 – 2015: Student in Russian Art Academy, Florence, Italy on Master degree Program, and will graduate in June 2016.

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Govedarou Art Gallery

Address: 5, G. Papandreou

54645 Thessaloniki, Greece

Tel: 0030 2314 015613



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