Pictural technique

My pictural technique is defined by the play of acrylic juices, transparencies, opacity and graphics created with Chinese ink.

The creative process occurs in stages. First, the interaction of one or several Coloured masses in relation to a whole creates spaces that are built up gradually in a spontaneous manner.

Then, a structure takes shape though signs drawn in Chinese ink; these signs are added to the masses and become magical in a pictorial sense. They mark off or define part of the body of figure, object, or space in the painting.

Arches paper from France and masonite clayboard are used for mounting. The latter is covered with a relatively resistant mineral finish that does not turn grey because it is acid-free. This material is made in Texas and does not have to be protected by glass.

It becomes revolutionary.