My taste for the world of images is very early on, whether it is through self-taught drawing or the making of short family films. However, it was quite late that I decided to devote myself to painting by enrolling at the Academy of Fine Arts in Binche (Belgium). I am now in my sixth year. This journey allowed me to experiment with various techniques (charcoal, pastel, acrylic...) to finally reach the one that suits me best and that I now practice exclusively: oil painting. Indeed, this technique maintains a particular relationship with time. My painting is rather figurative. The portrait occupies an important place in it. I paint mostly enigmatic faces, marked by a certain ambiguity that I try to pierce and transcribe. part of my creative process consists in looking for images that provoke an emotion ,photos are enough for me ,I am simply looking for a pose or an expression that touches me.landscapes are also privileged, they are mostly imaginary landscapes. Their palette is dominated by dark, sometimes monochrome, colours. However, among this dominant, there is always a hint of light that somehow gives direction to the gaze.
- Binche Academy of Fine Arts (in 6 years)
- 2014: Mons
- 2015: Delta Hainaut
- 2016 : Biennale at the Chapel Lez Harlaimontmai2018
the house of the monasteries