Art and science are inseparable

The Avenue-1

Carried by the real

The avenue, seen from my balcony, inspires me according to the seasons. It is the opposite of Mount Sainte-Victoire; Cézanne saw his motive at ground level; I see him out of the ground...

With Avenue-2, in construction, I know the limit of abstraction, I stop just before killing the image. But I think it will still take a lot of imagination for the viewer to see it...

Nevertheless, the plastic idea is still guessing.

Between dog and wolf

 After its disappearance behind the horizon, the Sun abandons the landscape to a palette of colors with similar values, where all cats seem grey. What a challenge for the painter!
To restore his state of mind, the painter invent a range of colors from a blue dominant. The city lights then serve as an integrated contrast.

Mosan Blues

Full engagement

In the evening, when the sun dances on the Haute-Meuse, the presence of the four elements (Fire, Water, Air, Earth) always offers me a spectacle, both banal and exceptional.

With Mosan Blues, I also evoke the sound of a tranquil landscape heckled by the rattling of the birds' flight.

Even if painting is a silent art, the artist observes reality with all its psycho-physiological attributes.

By accepting more willingly the inspiration from my unconscious, my style evolves from work to work by bartering the dolorist side of painting for the joy of painting.


With the theme of Landscape, I gradually give up my oscillation between figuration and abstraction to meet my need for synthesis, by means of clean, dense and penetrating plastics. I aspire to a suggestive art, therefore abstract, without necessarily losing the figurative aspect. In other words, I have only one ambition: to see the real with the intelligence of the dream

Counter-day mosan

Freÿr, right side

Nothing is solid

With this canvas, it seemed interesting to me to suggest the castle of Freÿr instead of showing it, by a row of trees on the edge of the Haute-Meuse : the Orangery disappears in the light of the backlight.

This approach allows to concentrate on the subject by releasing the touch of the yoke of his drawing, where mastery and improvisation sometimes compete with the star.

Nothing is solid,

Bye bye, sweet France...

How can you translate the movement of the Yellow Vests into plastic language, without pouring into the tearful imagery? In these manifestations, there is a lot of yellow (life in distress) but also sulfur (spontaneity), green (hope), grey (sky), blue (jeans), purple (sadness), red (war wounds). black (law enforcement and black blocs) and white (street medic).

In a democracy, the blood of any protester should remain in his body because protesting is a constitutional right; therefore, I invite you to sign the petition initiated by Laurent Thines, Neurosurgeon and Department Head of CHRU Besançon for a Moratorium on the use of sublethal weapons.

I dedicate this work to all Yellow Vests mutilated for life.

The analysis of a psychiatrist

Letter to a Yellow Vest

The quote

"All our knowledge comes from our sensitivity." 

(Leonardo  da Vinci.)





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