Everado Roche is a French abstract artist from Loire Valley in central France. His inspirations stem from the 1930’s abstraction in Paris where Paris became the host to artists from Russia, Germany, the Netherlands and other European countries affected by the rise of totalitarianism and Rothko, the paper cut out of Henri Matisse – a well-known French artist and Theo Van Doesburg – a Dutch artist. Everado has a passion for colour. It Is this which has led him to paint in bold, bright colours. He is a strong believer that colour should be the centre of art and his work – filled with vivid pinks and purples to swirling yellow and orange, definitely portrays this. His intense passion for colour has led him down a new path in the art world. He has started producing digital art and has built up a new collection while exploring this technique. The range consists of work which is digitally produced or edited and features bright colours and depths to create statement pieces.