Nature and wide open spaces, often maritime, are the elements of Christine Lacour's pictorial library. Sometimes meditative, his painting allows the spectator to interpret and hear what he sees. Some paintings, very bare, tend to evoke silence, the fullness felt in the face of immensity.
Today, she renounces figuration to transpose only the sensations left by the landscapes she crosses. Nevertheless, it does not deny its previous more figurative period. The persistent memory of what constitutes us, nature, is transcribed, reduced to the essential. The prospecting of the landscape is done by crossing it, penetrating it, reinventing it. A simple pebble can help to start a story in the workshop.
Christine Lacour has lived by the sea for a long time, this has influenced her work. She wonders about the fragility of nature and hopes to contribute through her work to raising awareness, particularly with regard to the seas and oceans.