My painting is also lyrical abstraction. The expression of emotion is highlighted. It is the opposite of a geometric or decorative abstraction that I consider too reflexive, cold and rigid. The perspective is spiritual.
The canvas balance between action and emotion. The work is an event that extends from the creation to the participation of the viewer.
Color and movement are important symbols for me. I associated them in my pseudonym "Choreographer of colors".
My painting unfolds in harmonious movements creating a balance between states of introversion and extraversion.
I absorb the flow of information and channel it into my work, letting myself be guided by my feelings.
This approach is introspective, philosophical and spiritual, very far from the political and psychological ways in art. It is not a question of understanding but of emotions face to face of the complexity of our world.
In an intimate way, it is my emotions, my fears and my hopes, that I offer to the viewer. He will find ways to meditate on his own questions and find his answers by himself.
In painting, we are accustomed to discourse, to description, to understanding. Painting is not the truth; Realism must not be sought since it can not be achieved. The work will not be an object, but the moment when our senses take possession of it.
I was convinced that "the only acceptable adventure for Human of our time is within himself," to quote Carl Gustav Jung. Today, it is consciously that my artistic work feeds on art therapy and martial arts.
In my art therapy workshops, I quickly noticed the beneficial effects on the fluctuations of our emotions, especially those with which we feel in difficulty.