The use of digital photography and printing has allowed me to push the boundaries of my creative practice.

I take dynamic photos, often close ups, of my paintings to produce new abstract landscapes. I then work on composition, playing with geometric shapes like circle, rectangle and square. Thanks to the flexibility of the digital process, my image isn’t restricted by a frame. I can choose the best composition for it and assemble several images to recreate a larger more complex landscape.This work is focused on Movement of colors. It illustrates abstract landscapes that might remind us of something but we are unclear about what it is exactly. It is a sensation, a energy of colors that moves around us like the energy we have inside us.