The levity and the subtlety, the thinness and the wateriness.
The immediacy of a gesture as a way of being in an ephemeral and fragile present time.
An image of the visible world is observed and painted once and again, like a mantra that repeats itself until it finds the essence, what is strictly necessary, to inhabit the painting. Things must be there to be reinvented.
There is a dialogue, a contrast, among the simple strokes of the charcoal drawing, the watery, temperamental, expressive stain of the gouache and the blanks in the paper.
The beauty of the parks is out there within everyone’s reach, as an invitation to enter to other worlds through painting.