The inspiration for my paintings comes from the real world, through observations, photos or memories. 

The way I paint is not naturalistic. I reduce the subjects to the essential. The details disappear. The finished painting borders between concreteness and abstraction. It is the world of the abstraction which I feel increasingly attracted to, even though I am still influenced by the forms and moods of reality.

My paintings have become more minimalistic over time.

What they all have in common are the implied shapes. They are more expressive than objective compositions. My paintings should leave space for personal interpretation. 

I work with acrylic paint on canvas. This technique allows a spontaneous and dynamic way of painting, which I like.


"L'artiste ne doit pas copier la nature mais prendre les éléments de la nature et créer un nouvel élément"    Paul Gauguin