En chœur… (ESPRIT VOILE 2020)

The sea and the sail still inspire me as much and I continue to paint my sailboats suspended between sky and sea in 2017. This series started in 2012 will take a new impetus for this year …

[Pushed by the wind on a sailboat … This series is inspired by a sailboat trip in the south of France, between the island of Porquerolle and Saint-Tropez …
“I know the skies bursting with lightning, and the waterspouts, and the surf and the currents: I know the evening, the exalted dawn like a people of doves, and I have sometimes seen what man believed see !” Rimbaud’s “The Drunken Boat” may have inspired this series where it is about travel and sailboats, but not only…].

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