We do not become an artist. We are born artist. All my youth I saw my grandmother in front of her easel and my mother being interested in the art. The stained-glass window, the pottery, the watercolor, the photography, the painting and especially the drawing were a form of life for my mother and I. It was thus natural that I go to this domain. I teach the plastic arts for fifteen years. I see no other so enriching domain. My daily life is inspired by the art under all its forms. I am very fortunate to communicate my art at the young people. I also hope to give them this love which I have inside me.
My subjects are connected with the nature. It is not difficult to understand because I lived a good part of my life near the sea. The water, the trees, the flowers, attract me non-stop. They one money mysterious life and seem to want to communicate us a message. Being capable of transforming an ordinary and commonplace subject into more refreshing and alive is my main purpose. The oil is always my favorite material. I make at first my background in acrylic and I paint in the oil then. I sometimes incorporate of the collage inside my paintings by adding a transfer or a photography. I also play with various types of paper. I experiment ceaselessly with the color. It is her who comes to look for all my feelings. She speaks without we ask her questions. She settles down in my paintings and she invites you to have a dialogue with her. I thus have the art in the blood. It circulates inside me smoothly and current! I hope to capture what I feel inside me and to present it to the public. The art it is my gold