Polyphonic painting is a painting of relief and imbalance. It seeks to produce a moving image between the viewer and the light, leading to a sense of mobile abstraction. It searches an optical movement that leads to an illusion based on high contrasts made between the darkness of Prussian blue and the light of bright and neon colors.
Painting forest and umpty landscape is a choice to give the world another face and turn invisible what already disappeared. Umpty beaches, umpty landscapes where the presence of man only exists in the act of painting. The contrast of Prussian blue oil relief and clear color unbalances the figurative landscape. Here the forest is disappearing in the shadow of the blue and only remains the forms suggesting a dream. Painting the umpty landscape with the invisible is forcing the viewer to remind that the landscape is still there , hided by abstraction of the world made by our society.
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