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African Landscapes II

In the following paintings, I’ve tried to work on the stereotype pictures of african landscapes we all know through many photographers works, with stunning sunsets, peaceful places with sometimes a wild animal like an elephant or a girafe walking in the bush. These kind of works are often highly contrasted to reach an eye-catching result. …
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Manipulated – Marilyn

This is an acrylic painting on canvas, 35x41cm sold during my last exhibition. I wanted to focus the speech on the way the “star system” has evolved. There was no need to find an actual celebrity to speak about the mass manipulation through the star system. Marilyn was to my mind a perfect choice, as …
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A contre-courant

This is an 24x81cm acrylic painting on canvas titled “A contre-courant” (Against The Current). I’ve done this simply to express what a lot of people are feeling in their everyday life facing the intellectual orthodoxy. The paint should flow towards the floor, but the simple fact to reverse the canvas reverse also the meaning of …
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African Landscapes

  • African Landscapes

Hello, I don’t know if the storm we are having today has influenced me, but I needed to play with hot colors. I’ve painted a few canvas boards of various sizes, from 10x10cm to 20x20cm. I enjoyed playing with hot orange skies and high contrast on the trees. It reminds me very cool memories, as …
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