What lay behind

"What lay behind" explores the interaction between background and foreground. In this case, the background is filled with multicolored squares, partially covered with masking fluid, and the foreground is a plain layer of dull grey.

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La Lettre

The old fashioned excitement of receiving a letter from your loved one. The impact of the handwriting on the envelope, bringing back memories and offering myriad of possibilities. The overwhelming vertigo as you open the envelope. And the clear, incomparable certainty that love does exist.

The Bad

'the Bad' is part of a 3 pieces series called 'the good, the bad & the idea'. The series explores the evolution of an artwork, from the original idea in the creator's mind to the final result. 'The Bad' symbolises the mistakes made by the artist along the way, where the beauty hidden behind the... Continue Reading →

Statics, screenprint on vinyl

'Statics' is a unique screenprinting on Vinyl. 'Statics' explores the intrinsic rhythm of music from a visual perspective. Records have been printed with the same series of lines, just like the lines of a score sheet, but combined all together they produce a new piece of visual music. Category Monoprint Subject Abstract and non-figurative Substrate... Continue Reading →

Schoolboy’s memories

As a kid, I've never been into History, but I will always remember my first History book. For some obscure reason, they chose to use one of Braque's paintings for the cover. I was fascinated by the picture, and can today still picture it. 'Schoolboy Memories' is not - as you can see - directly... Continue Reading →

Pure #9

While experimenting for the 'Ultimate', final piece for the Bowie series, I came up with several versions of the design, inspired by the famous David Bowie's outfit. 'Pure' is my selection of the very best ones. Category Screenprint Subject Abstract and non-figurative Substrate Paper Materials Acrylic on Paper Style Abstract > Geometric Dimensions 50 x... Continue Reading →

Pure #7

While experimenting for the 'Ultimate', final piece for the Bowie series, I came up with several versions of the design, inspired by the famous David Bowie's outfit. 'Pure' is my selection of the very best ones. Category Screenprint Subject Abstract and non-figurative Substrate Paper Materials Acrylic on Paper Style Abstract > Geometric Dimensions 50 x... Continue Reading →

Pure #31

While experimenting for the 'Ultimate', final piece for the Bowie series, I came up with several versions of the design, inspired by the famous David Bowie's outfit. 'Pure' is my selection of the very best ones. Pure #29 and 31 play with what we call 'misregistration' (layers are purposely misaligned to create energy and movement).... Continue Reading →

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