His first paintings traveled very early to the United States, Germany and Spain.
Carried by his inspiration, he did not have time to settle in a movement and his non-academic painting asserts itself today between figurative and abstract.
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A subtle mix of burnt plastic, oil and acrylic or pigments translates the success of his research on the material that has always fascinated him.
The paintings in this series exhibited at AD Galerie are made on plastic tarpaulins burned with a blowtorch and then glued to canvas (often large formats 80 cm x 100 cm) and then painted with glycero or acrylic lacquers, on some canvases natural pigments are added through fixatives. Some colors are created by a mixture of lacquer and acrylic. Thus effects of matters appear between the colors.