Born in 1963 in France, a multifaceted artist, I grew up in the advertising world and created my universes through projects in publishing, fashion, decoration and exhibitions. I describe myself more as an illustrator rather than a painter or a sculptor. The instrument, the medium or time do not really matter, only the narrative counts.

My first canvases mainly used a graphical vocabulary through their colours, their drawings and their conventions. I later felt though that I had to abandon my heritage somewhat and return to a simpler approach so as to focus more on the subject, leading to a more raw approach to my composition.

 

Sculpting through shapes or symbols of everyday things, with everyday material. Representing nature as an antidote to the contemporary world. My inspiration came from great illustrators such as Bernie Wrightson, to give to metal wire the strength and rhythm of a line. I broke the glass and the colour of stained glass, so as only to maintain the line movement, the lead grid.

Franz Marc’s expressionism stimulated me to transform reality and give it energy and vibration, representing emotions. Then I created my own language, my own grammar and my own calligraphy.

  • «Accessible Art Fair», collective exhibition, BOZAR,
    Brussels (Belgium), 2018

  • «Ligne de fracture», personal exhibition, Jos Joos gallery,
    Brussels (Belgium), 2015

  • «Elle», personal exhibition, N. L. gallery,
    Brussels (Belgium), 2014

  • «Elle», personal exhibition, private gallery,
    Brussels (Belgium), 2014

  • «Sens U Elle», collective exhibition, N. L. gallery,
    Brussels (Belgium), 2014

  • «Death or Dream», personal exhibition,
    Steingenberger Grandhotel,

    Brussels (Belgium), 2013

     

  • «Death or Dream», personal exhibition,
    European Commission,

    Brussels (Belgium), 2013

  • «ExpEAUsition», personal exhibition,
    Kervoyal (France), 2011

  • «Crypte», collective exhibition,
    Brussels (Belgium), 2005

  • Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival,
    collective exhibition,

    Brussels (Belgium), 2005

  • «Chiméria», collective exhibition,
    Sedan (France), 2002