“I aspire to a spirituality, to a harmony of man and nature, often through the prism of nostalgia, questioning what seems to be in question: the unity of man and the cosmos, the unity of man and meaning, the interdependence of phenomena.”
“My life is a story of resilience through painting. After a serious accident 20 years ago that turned my life upside down, I devote myself entirely to creation through a deep and broad practice, covering various methods and materials that promote variety and freedom of my style.
I link spirituality and aesthetics, where the impermanent and the fleeting prevail over reality. My aesthetic feeling developed very early on thanks to my mother, whose work on decorative art was exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts in Besançon. I followed her teaching. She taught me to observe nature as well as to observe painters she admired such as Corot, Millet and Courbet, who was from my region of Franche-Comté. They were my first aesthetic emotions. Then a career in screen-printing awakened and cultivated my taste for mixed media and the diversity of media.
I exhibit permanently in galleries in France and abroad as well as in major international art fairs.”
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