I am mostly a landscape artist.
Showing power, beauty and poetry at the same time, with recurring themes like the sky and the ocean. Time is frozen (like when a storm is about to burst, or a wave that will flood everything), which adds tension to the artwork. Beauty and uncertainty cohabit. I create a realistic yet poetic universe with graphic lines and ethereal volumes. On each canvas the same minimalist repertoire, where austerity is ubiquitous and opposes to disorganized elements. There’s a duality between being calm and gush, precision and disorder, wisdom and madness…
I use oil painting.
I put the first layers on an acrylic background that I let emerge in some places. One of the characteristics of my style consists in limiting the elements of the canvas with a burnt shadow stroke. My inspiration comes mainly from photographs that I take in nature and that I appropriate, or from my imagination, especially for the skies. Three painters influence my artistic journey:
Charles Sheeler for the purity of the lines.
Grant Wood for the geometry in the landscapes.
Edouard Hopper for the realism and the melancholy in his artwork.
2020 | Tokyo National Art Center – Japan
2019 – 2020 | X’ian International Art Museum – China
2017 – 2018 – 2019 | Beaux-Arts Art Fair – Carrousel du Louvre
2017 – 2018 – 2019 | French Artist Art Fair – Grand Palais
2015 – 2016 – 2017 – 2018 – 2019 | Salon d’Automne – Champs Élysées
Associate Member of the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts
Member of the Salon d’Automne
2017 | Salon des Beaux-Arts – Bronze Medal
2014 | Galerie Jaeckin – Paris
2011 | Galerie 117 – Paris
2009 | Galerie Causans – Paris