Simple lines. Little details, but trying to condensate the essential of the story in the few lines that I draw. Ikébana and Bonsai creations gave me in my youth the first idea of what the strength is of a simple line.
Than the drawing is for me the best moment when I can pull myself back in a subconscious state, a sort of autism and find there my material of what my spirit saved as souvenirs and impressions.
When the drawings come out and I look back to them and think them over, often I surprisingly discover how previous preoccupations or impressions are crystallized in them.
They often reflect my reaction towards what society confronted me with.
I think these drawings can be very accessible for the spectator. However, one needs to take a little time to look at them.
Have a good visit and feel free to leave your reaction.
Ikebana flower arrangements for the symbolic of the little material and Calligraphy.
For what concerns their drawings - paintings: The CoBrA movement like Bengt Lindström, some of Karel Appel's. Picasso, Miro, Umberto Boccioni, Hans Bellmer, Hans Erni, some of Paul Wunderlich, Zwi Milstein, but also Anton Pieck, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and my hero Osvaldo Cavandoli. But I should mention also today's Paella Chimicos, Samuel Stento, KAEL, Cedric Royer and so many more great contemporaryb paint & graphics Artists.
I discovered Charles Lapique lately and was surprised about almost the same wave he followed.