The talent of Christel De Buyser, a.k.a. ChriBu, is beyond boundaries. She is a gifted and passionate artist of 3D, pop-art and abstract work.
ChriBu was raised at a farm and as a little girl she would often walk around the yard, holding a bucket filled with paint supplies. Wooden panels and bottles served as her canvasses. Growing up, she attended several courses from artists. She is also a Master graduate in various therapeutic methods, which combines perfectly with being an artist. Besides creating beautiful paintings, she initiated a project and started the CRYB-method that help people who are blind or partially sighted to discover 3D paintings. She teaches them to create a 3D artwork and to actually feel the colours. Because creating is to think in terms of solutions, instead of problems.
Her artwork is represented in Belgium, The Netherlands, France, Germany and even Guadeloupe. ChriBu is a self-made artist, who carved her own path in a wayward manner. That is what makes her art touch the soul. ChriBu never stopped painting, due to a difficult time in her life. During her battle, the desire to create became stronger than ever and she was even more positively inspired. She found happiness in painting and a way to go on adventures without leaving the house. She escaped the reality of her illness and uncertain future. This period resulted in an art exhibition at the oncology department of the Ikazia hospital. Her everlasting passion to paint bolsters her new-found courage. Her creative mind is her main driving force to overcome all obstacles. Creative thinking does not necessarily need physical fitness. Colour means more than just a visual perception. It can be experienced and perceived through all senses. Creating is a 90% result of emotions.