André Jeitz, a noted Luxembourg artist, opened his first exhibition across the pond on 10 May.

The exhibition "Four Seasons" will remain open until 31 July in the "La Colombe d’Or Art Gallery" in the capital of the Lone Star State.

André Jeitz—A short bio

If there are three types of people: dreamers, thinkers and doers. Jeitz is definitely the latter. So, it comes as no surprise that while his classmates painted one small canvas, he created ten 7-foot paintings. In these earliest works, Jeitz launched into exploring and experimenting with texture and colour. At the tender age of fourteen, his works were displayed for the first time at the renowned Grand Théâtre of Luxembourg. Jeitz‘s palette is imbued with rich hues and his canvases with engaging character.

He received his education in art at The Royal Academy of Art in Liège, Belgium, as well as the Royal Academy of Arts in Brussels, Belgium. Jeitz has received awards for his artwork from the European Art Exhibition held in Strasbourg, France and the European Academy of Arts. His paintings have been exhibited and placed in private collections in a multitude of cities within Belgium, France, Germany, and Luxembourg. This exhibition at La Colombe d’Or Gallery’s Montrose location is his debut in America.

Jeitz was born in 1954 in Luxembourg, where he currently lives and works.

For more information, visit Jeitz's homepage, or the gallery's website in the links box below: