Bonsai is an art operated by Man on Nature. I use this symbolic form of perfect beauty to question the relationship of Man in Nature or Man with Nature. For me, the parallel between the cultivation of a tree and the norms of the education of an individual by his cultural environment is obvious. As with bonsai, social and cultural norms seem to define the framework within which the emancipation of the individual is forged as much as the constraint to be overcome. Accomplished individuals can make society evolve in harmony with Nature's path. When I paint, I paint under tension. This tension makes my energy circulate, creating a channel where gesture is free, where breath and intention unite. This state of creativity makes it possible to go far beyond the thoughtful commands of the brain. Thus, thanks to this energy, everything becomes permeable: time, culture and space. My pictorial expression emphasizes attraction and confrontation. This is played out between different mediums (ink, oil and acrylic), as well as between forms, whether structured (grids, lines, squares) or organic (random, arabesque or "fractal"). Each painting is a field of adventure where chaos and balance are constantly pursued. In this series, the colours of the background and the successive layers respond to each other in relation to my state of mind at the moment of painting, as if to translate this moment rich in harmony, contrast and tension.