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In the Hills 14 - Pastel on Sanded Paper 24x24in - Sold

Series of Works In the Hills

In the Hills 14 - Pastel on Sanded Paper 24x24in - Sold

Series of works about the hills of Outaouais (Collines de l’Outaouais), a region that encompasses seven municipalities in Outaouais, north of Ottawa (Canada). Of course, it’s my own personnal vision of the Collines. A lot of forest, a few corn fields here and there and full of hills, kind of mounds of not more than […]

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Brasier #1

This is the first painting from the series of artworks titled Brasier. When I was paintings it, I wanted to do a diversion from the last one of the Terre de Feux series of works. Almost as if I was bored of these paintings, despite the real pleasure I took painting them. The reds appear […]

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Series of works “Terre de nuit”

These few paintings were inspired by the mysteries and the ghosts hiding in the nights when we were young (and not so young …) Dark blues always attracted me, like children are attracted by scary things lurking in the dark. Spirits springing from the depth et knowledge out of ignorance. Isn’t knowledge the way to liberty?

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Van Gogh is fascinating!

Van Gogh? You know Van Gogh, dont’ you? The famous painter who gives us “Les tournesols” (The sunflowers) painting that you see upper-left corner of this blog ? One out of many on that subject… The painter who created more than 900 paintings and 1100 drawings?  Of which more than 150 oil paintings in the last year of his life in […]

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Terre de Printemps 4 - 24" x 40" Alt

Series of works “Terre de printemps”

Terre de Printemps 4 - 24" x 40" Alt

Acrylics series “Terre de printemps”

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Terre d'Hiver 01 - 24" x 36"

Series of works “Terre d’Hiver”

Terre d'Hiver 01 - 24" x 36"

This series of works is on the magnificence of our winter.

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