"The horizontality of the landscapes
and the rhythm of the tides remind me of the scopes of
musical writing and inspire the construction of my
The silhouettes of precarious constructions, fisheries,
pontoons, piles... which jing out into the sea offer
obvious similarities with the spelling of some scores.
So many subjects of dialogue between the motif and the
site. The painter's eye straddles the waves and his
brush tries to capture the sound of a last movement
before they approach the shore.
I build my canvas according to a composition inspired by
the musical writing that I apply to the rhythm of piles,
breakwaters or other elements on a more or less
tormented sea movement. The figure of the scope attached
to the painting is the reference quote from an excerpt
from a classical work."