I paint nature in its magical form, but the model is only a pretext to explore always further following the whims and gestures
of a moment, in a search for balance and harmony.
This research is a perilous one, and each brushstroke may compromise it all. However, it makes for a fascinating game: respecting the spontaneous momentum while guiding the work towards the image
preceding the birth of the work.
My paintings are of lights and movements, in a stroll of bright colours at the gates of abstraction. The superimposed acrylic colours allow me to feed the momentum of these paintings evoking in
turns water, fire, wind; adventurous journeys in a pictorial universe made of permenantly renewed discoveries.
Lively and compelling, multicoloured hatchings or volutes and arabesques that evoke my Mediterranean origins, if my paintings present a multitude of shades, I always come back to blues, reds and
yellows as tho