“... It is one of those things that only those who draw or paint can fully understand: the material on which you decide to work has its own form, its sensuality, you are instinctively drawn to caress it; maybe it’s a bit like a driver looking at a track before a race: it’s the moment before the challenge and you do nothing but taste what awaits you, the material with which, joyfully or angrily, you’ll spend the next moments...” for the full article LINK IN BIO
work in progress for POUCETTE! The book will be released by the end of October for @albinmicheljeunesse , as part of the Albin Michel Classique collection! Special thanks to @benjaminlacombe for being the best supervisor! .
“... In fact, the job of the artist before social media entered everyday life was very different from what we see today.
In fact, today every job and every work in progress are posted and shown to all the people who follow you, resulting in almost instant feedback, while before artists spent hours and hours in the studio alone with their work...” for the full article LINK IN BIO
“...As an assistant for this painter I discovered the underground world of the assistants in the studio: more or less fifteen years ago for artists it was quite fashionable to hire young people who aspired to become artists and make them do all the “dirty” work, that is, practical work, which cannot be seen at first glance: cleaning of brushes and all the material, applying shiny finishes, tidying up the warehouse...” for the full article LINK IN BIO
“... All my drawings, since 2010, try to visually represent this atavistic force, this eternal contact between woman and nature, between woman and the rest of the world: a party to which the male is not invited simply because evolutionarily weak, and therefore out of the loop...”
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“...When artists are humble they use curiosity to grow, to be always updated, to be able to deal with the public, because as they are curious (humility is curiosity) they never stop, they are excited by what is outside themselves and with which they have a dialogue. For these reasons their work can only evolve...” for the full article LINK IN BIO