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I am a growing artist. I made the commitment this year to become a professional. I am working hard towards this goal, knowing that my art has something to offer to the world. I am reporting on my progresses regularly, this will help me keep track of my progress. I am also hoping to be of help to other aspiring artists. I am French and live in the US, my life and my dreams are my muse.
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p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 16.0px Times; color: #666666} span.s1 {letter-spacing: 0.0px} I recently read these questions in Nicholas Wilton's blog: What changes in your approach to art making have you noticed?First of all, my commitment to painting a minimum of 3 hours of day, 5 to 6 days a week is making a difference in developing my skills and technique. I am more confident in my strokes, and I have noticed I observe better, as far as shape, value,  and form.I am...



On unity and order

As human beings, we unconsciously seek unity, order. We developed this natural instinct to look for order and relationships in nature so that we could predict the world around us for survival purposes. And it is still valid in our daily environment. Lining up at Starbucks for our turn to get our java is what we naturally do, partly because it is the way to behave in society, partly because it is order. And the two intersect, indeed. Or, to most, a bookshelf with neatly stacked up books is more...



New direction: oils and cold wax medium

cold wax medium and oils on work in progressIt's been a long winter, yet its beauty never ceases to inspire and touch me, and trying to capture it seems like an impossible quest. However, I have recently been working with oils, and discovered the use of cold wax medium with them. I now have more ways to express myself than ever, and cold wax medium has been very rewarding in my "winter beauty" experiments.Looking at what I was painting two years ago, my style has drastically changed. I think I...



Working from photographs

With winter approaching, I know I will have to use more photographs as reference and tools for my work. It doesn't particularly thrill me as I frankly prefer to work from reality. Making sketches on location allows me to observe many details, such a the correct light and colors, shadows and their color too, the overall landscape rather than a framed one, I can move around to see what's behind a rock, even far, I can jot down notes about the true green of trees, and much more. Using watercolor...



Painting clouds with acrylics

Stormy range - 6x12 in. acrylics on deep cradled wood panel.Painting clouds with acrylics is not that difficult, it turns out. But if you feel challenged by it, here are some tips to help you out.First of all, you need to practice with the concept of scuffling, which is essentially using a bit stiffer brush, a little white paint at first and starting in a center point you gently "scrub" the paint around lightly, further and further around until the brush is out of paint. At that point, you...



Landscapes are fun too.

The fall is a very inspiring season in Jackson. Colors abound, contrast too, and the light is magnificent. I feel that everything looks "yummy" and I want to paint it all. I recently finished a painting on leave, which you can look at on my website.I have also decided to tackle a beautiful landscape view I took a photo of recently. The Teton range presents a variety of looks depending on the season, the conditions, the light. This time, it was dimmed under the clouds' shadows, allowing the...



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