Jean-Marc JANIACZYK is a French self-Taught painter, born on 18 December 1966, since his childhood he draws, in 1991, he began to paint. Many years to draw, gave him a solid foundation in drawing.
After having tried watercolor, pastel chalk, acrylic and oil paint, he finally chose oil colors, for the suppleness, the creaminess, and the long drying time.
The first paintings were only awkward essays, but very soon he learned the technique of oil painting alone, observing, and depicting exactly what he saw. Which bring him to a difficult technique: hyperrealism.
Having always attracted by landscape painting, he painted landscapes, and it was in 1999, for the first time, that he used a palette knife to give volume to a few flowers.
He was impressed by the rendering of this technique and since he painted exclusively with palette knives, a very colorful nature.
He likes to paint landscapes of southern France, where the sunlight is intense, where the colors are vibrant and contrast powerful. Sometimes he also likes to paint characters or portraits.
Jean-Marc JANIACZYK wants to paint and represent the heat of the summer, each of his paintings is an invitation to walk in these landscapes or just sit and admire the scenery, smell the flowers, enjoy a fleeting moment.
His paintings are very successful, so many of it are reproduced and distributed around the world in the form of cross stitch, cards, calendars, puzzles, posters, skirt, stationery ... and many more. The licenses of his images are managed by MGL Licensing in London.
Here are some examples of reproductions available, posters in the USA at Walmart, in Europe at posterlounge, in Different part of the world, puzzles at Holdson, Clementoni, Etc...
He has also written a few times, articles of four pages in the special issue of a French art magazine.
His paintings are found in many collections in Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Italia, Japan, Mexico, Morocco, Russia, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Ukraine, United Kingdom, USA , South Africa.