Art critic Giovanni Sciuto describes the pictorial approach of Jeannette Guichard-Bunel as “visceral, devoid of artifice. Her artistic career reflects the nostalgia of a creator deeply attached to the traditional conception of aesthetics and yet capable of translating her passion for beauty with a contemporary language, notably by operating with an undeniable originality the symbiosis between surrealism, hyper-realism and pop art. ”
After 10 years of warm exclusivity with the Vekava gallery, Jeannette Guichard-Bunel saw other horizons opening up. She then exhibited in different galleries in France and began to impose her style, her “claw”, her game of transparencies so captivating. In 2009, a collector Majda Zlassi, a true patron, offered her to make a book “splinters of dreams”. Majda in symbiosis with the artist has perfectly transcribed her universe full of poetry and humor.
In 2013 Guichard-Bunel was chosen to celebrate the centenary of the Intercontinental Hotel Carlton in Cannes. She exhibited in this palace permanently from 2013 to 2016, participating in 3 festivals of Cannes (cinema).