Looking at poems, by others or myself, the imagery of my fascination is arranged. With a strong preference for the inanimate, I question the initial meaning of the image; repeating a fountain or an orange in an eclectic way, emptying the initial connotation, and bringing it on the verge of abstraction. By emphasising on subtle and tranquil details, a place for contemplation emerges. Not as a way of escapism, but as a garden in a city, a still point.

Bird One, 2019

40 x 50 cm

oil and acrylic on canvas

Orange Tree, 2019
170 x 115 cm 
oil, acrylic, oilpastel and oilbar on linen

Garden Fragment Three, 2019

80 x 60 cm

oil, acrylic and oilbar on canvas

Horse Statue, 2019

100 x 80 cm

oil and acrylic on canvas


Mirror Ultramarine, 2020

140 x 80 cm 

oil, acrylic, oilpastel and oilbar on linen


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