In his works created with a neo-cubist spirit, MUTA seeks the depth of the human being's soul. He deforms his body, breaks it into pieces and then reassembles it. Over time, he realized that drawing in this style allowed him to better concentrate his material and spiritual forces in order to perform the act of creation.
This allows him to go beyond classical dogmas, but also to perceive the contact of colour and spirit. The faces in the stars are both mirrors and masks, they become strange and exotic, they pierce the soul.
MUTA fixes the existence that stops next to him, it immortalizes people, their funny relationships and their ironic looks. Her works express her feelings and the beauty of the moment, which she enjoys sharing with the viewer.
MUTA visualizes his passion for painting under the elm tree of a flame that has always burned in him. He has a second flame, his other passion, that for the body of a being, a woman. This flame is lit and illuminates, sometimes burns. She embraces herself like a great destiny, like in Brassens' songs. Thus, MUTA's works are like a hot and burning flame, depending on his mood at the time of their creation.