My attraction to the art must come from my ancestors, some of whom were painters in the early 20th century. I've always wanted to explore those colors mixtures and the difficulty of creating a beautiful work.
I like to unleash my imagination and let go. Faced with a blank canvas, it is a pleasure to create contrasts, sweets, encounters shock of lights and colors. The colors speak to me. They challenge me gradually as the work progresses. They call for harmony, space, empty.
I improvise an adventure with the white canvas. I impose my ideas, my moods, my experience too. I know what is working and what creating unsuitable imbalances.
I superimpose colors to create depths of light. I also like to create reliefs to strengthen forms in complete freedom.
My freedom draws inspiration, emotions, materials, colors.
My goal is to give a life, a soul to the canvas.
I like to discuss my work. The testimonies of those living with my paintings make me take this path or art bring happiness, the pleasure of looking and the vibrations of the emotions felt.
The breath of life I send to the canvas, spreading an energy that, hopefully, will envelop the viewer.