My paintings are the result of moving colours and light. These are the tools that I use, once as twins, once mixed. The light strikes, cuts the shadows, defines the silhouettes; the colour allows me to explore limitless possibilities of composition, harmony and contrast.
I enjoy working on breaking points — a marked limit or an uncertain boundary, contrast of darkness and light, equilibrium and disequilibrium, symmetry and dissymmetry, and agitated and quiet, without upsetting the satisfaction of the eye, the harmony of the whole, and the balance between the parts.
As I play with multiple combinations in each painting, I create universes and suggest atmospheres inspired by my emotions and the body movements of the creative process.
I leave the vision and the imagination wander more or less between the real world and the imaginary.