was born in Burgundy, France and studied at the Ecole Des Beaux Arts of Dijon and Aix-en-Provence. From her early years, Isabelle’s paintings earned acclaim, including the Trophee Greuze, a juried exhibit in the Burgundy region.
In the United States, over the past thirty years, Isabelle has produced a large body of work including murals, trompe l’oeil and commissioned fine art.
This large scale iconic portrait of Frank Sinatra was commissioned for a bar in NYC. The use of black and white with the exception of his blue eyes brings out that famous feature.
The art of illusion, or forced perspective, is an interesting challenge and can be used to enhance a decor.
Her personal work - especially her watercolors depicting the old streets of her beloved Burgundy Region - have been exhibited in the northeast including the Springfield Museum of Fine Arts, where she has also lectured.
...For the past 25 years, Isabelle Favette has teamed up with another artist, Tom Wolff, and, together, they created Favette and Wolff LLC, a firm dedicated to murals, trompe l'oeil, bas-relief and decorative arts.