My art is varied, it is a practice of painting and drawing essentially which evolves quite quickly and which moves with time. I graduated from the Beaux-Arts in 2000 and started painting portraits, revisiting art history classics like Mona Lisa. At first it was a tribute, like a self-taught child, then I started to tend more and more towards irreverence to free myself from the shackles of this. Then I wanted to go towards something more penetrating like nature through this exhibition, Contemplations.
In the Nebulae series they are flowers in the form of spots that allow a much freer expression of colour. I buy bouquets of flowers for my wife and then I take pictures of them that I blur and I paint these visuals that have a cosmic and aquatic dimension for me. The second series, Nocturnes, are bouquets of flowers that references the old Dutch masters from the 17th century. They wanted to transcribe the beauty of the flower on a dark background by letting the original light express itself. I wanted to reframe her bouquets of flowers by adding a relationship to pop art through a colorful flat tint.