As a visual artist, I work in painting and photography, but I also trained as a ceramist.
I have been exhibiting for many years as an artist photographer. My pictures, which are neither retouched nor cropped, are about reflections on water, its movement, its colours. I try to capture the transience of its liveliness and give it form and substance. When I work, I am attentive to any effect of light and movement of this element in perpetual change and it is indeed a canvas that I see when I take, capture the image. In my pictures of pictorial abstraction... it becomes painting.... Moreover, my latest works which add the reflections of objects and hulls of boats on the water in addition to those of the light, are even more focused between surrealist and abstract painting.
In painting, I give free rein to my imagination and my desire to sublimate women, their sensuality, zooming in on their bodies, their curves that I deliberately accentuate and highlight with black.
My women are blue to be universal and have no face to leave each and every one of us a part of the imagination... And that each woman can identify herself, find and accept her curves, and/or this part of sensuality which lives in each one of them.
I paint on canvas with acrylic, in bright colours that give my works a pep, a very cheerful and radiant side, in a style located between pop art and comics.