Painting on canvas remains a perilous exercise. I consider the oil painting more difficult than  drawing or ink on paper. This constraint is always a challenge.

Successful canvases and papers are those for which the realization prevailed over an initial project, a drawing and an idea of the result.
  Realization  produces something else, an unexpected result. Maybe painting is an anti-project.

Until the 2000s, majority of my canvases ranged from 60.60 to 120.120. From the 2000s, I use  also small formats. It's  always a difficult exercise .

animalité humanité

Animality/Humanity Thing/Nothing Fruit/Flower City/Landscape