Khéops et le nombre d’or

     Vers 585 – 504 avant Jésus-Christ, Pythagore découvrait l’essentiel des théorèmes qui font la géométrie moderne d’aujourd’hui. Il fonda à Crotone une école de philosophie dans laquelle le nombre était considéré comme principe de toutes choses et il donna son origine au Nombre d’Or plus d’un millénaire avant que la Renaissance fasse un canon de […]

Mapping prime numbers

Il y a quelques années, j’ai trouvé une image sur internet qui m’a inspirée deux pages à mon journal que j’ai décidé de publier ici pour les fêtes de Noël. Les amateurs de nombres premiers devraient trouver de quoi s’amuser à décoder cette géographie de nombres. Noël pour moi, c’est le renouveau, la renaissance de […]

Cartoons are back !!!!!

Here I am back with my cartoons, and I know that it is for the great displeasure of some politicians, but I have decided to bother another category of people, so as to say generals of the very specific country of the people on picture. I am not going to mention the name of this […]

Point of View

I have finished the submission of my artwork with the art concourse, but my artist activity is continuing on 5 different projects which all, are related. I expect to find a gallery in Los Angeles or/and New York who would accept to exhibit all my artwork at once as different parts of a same story. […]

Oh man!

Something happened today that I can only relate since I participated in this. I live in a beautiful RV park and someone arrived last night quite late with a gigantic RV. He parked next to me, I helped him, and that was it. This morning, he filled his tank of water and was getting ready […]

Hagia Irene explained

On December 15, 2018, I wrote a post titled “What Really Drives me Inside“ and I want to tell a little bit more about Hagia Irene in order to explain why I believe that this architecture has a universal value. I suggest to show you the architectural features at first, then to transpose life into […]

Anger and so much deception

I read this article on the news today that the US forces are searching to rescue the female soccer team from Afghanistan. Women who play soccer, at risk of loosing their lives for running after a ball. I find this story very sad in the context of immigration, poverty, unemployment, housing shortage and so many […]


Reading the news yesterday, I found this article about Harvard saying “The New Chief Chaplain at Harvard? An Atheist” by Emma Goldberg. I passed the day and went to sleep, when this article woke me up with a question: Is this political Judaism?  Something has been bothering me for a while which maybe is related […]

My studio

I never talk much about myself and I am not much of a social media person. I am the old generation who grew up without hand phones and credit cards. Still, after the hurricane of December 1999 in France, I quitted smocking and bought a multimedia computer with my savings. I self taught how to […]

Live streaming

I am painting indoor right now and my neighbors cannot see me in my little outdoor studio. There are several reasons for painting indoor. First, I had sunburns a few weeks ago and had to heal my skin. Then, I am working with watercolors. The heat + bugs + flowers and leaves falling from the […]

Tower of light

I won’t submit this drawing for the concourse, but it inspired me a new project for the making of a Tower of Light. The tower will be made of 4 drawings, attached to form an elongated cube. Bellow the cube are 3 shelves with 3 different themes that relate to the expression of light and […]

Once Upon a Time

Few weeks ago, I made a sketch with watercolor from the photo of a terracotta bust. I have copied this sketch with tracing paper and transferred the drawing on watercolor paper to draw with my inks. This drawing will be part of a larger sublimation on textile which I call “Once Upon a Time”. I […]


In the textile industry, a sublimation is a technique that consists in printing a motive on paper and transferring the ink from the paper to fabric. To create my artwork, instead of printing on paper, I am drawing on the paper and then transferring to the fabric. In psychology, a sublimation is the diversion of […]

The Graal

This artwork is the sublimation of a collage of watercolors. The technique of sublimation consists in drawing and painting on paper and transferring the image on a textile. Here I made several drawings placed on the fabric and sublimated by the transfer of the colors. I created the background on the collage what resulted in […]


This photography was made in 2008, few steps away from the Abbey of Clairmont in Mayenne, France. I invite you to read my previous post about the tree. Jesus is crucified on the tree, there is no cross behind him. He is covered with spider nets and burnished over the years standing there in the […]

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