What Did Van Gogh See?

Talking about Van Gogh often leads to clichés that have nothing to do with the visual world: the last auction record, speculations about his cut ear or the grasshopper found in one of his painting (banal event when one does plein air painting…). I would like to share... read more

The Thousand and One Greys! Behind the Easel

Unlike what we think, Finland has one of the most colorful and bright winter. The intensity of colors is striking. And what we could think of grey is in fact a multicolor palette…I know it is hard to believe…So I have studied hard this winter… Work... read more

4 Ways to Celebrate your Sensitivity

1. Walk in a forest or with flowers in the metro Did you know that trees communicate and protect each other by generating hormones? When you walk in a forest, your heart beat slows down, your senses awake and your brain gets oxygenated. A Japanese researcher found... read more

What Kind of Drawing Are You ? Take Quiz!

What if the drawing style you like was talking about who you are? Have you ever wondered what kind of sensitivity your personality most aligns with? Visual art and sensitivity have this in common: It is hard to put words on it. But it’s not because we... read more

Sense of Sight

Behind the easel Watch a scene like a horse I could become a horse, or more exactly seeing like a horse. I couldn’t believe it. The French horse stable leader in horsemanship, Haras de la Cense, has featured a video simulating how a horse sees the world.... read more

How will this look on my wall?

It isn’t easy to know in advance if the piece of art we love will fit in our interior. Is it the right size, the right colors? What about the style? Where to place it in the room? So many questions that find easy answers when we visualize the result… Good News!... read more

They hear our thoughts…

Sheryl Jordan is the Equestrian Director at Salamander Resort and Spa.  Her life story inspired me the drawing below. You can listen to Sheryl and how horses taught her to communicate with them by sending thoughts and intentions…... read more

“I became content to feel…” Charles Baudelaire 1855

I love Baudelaire. He wasn’t only a wonderful poet but also a visual art passionate and activist. He promoted art for all, outside of the Official Salon and the establishment.  To introduce this work in progress serie I want to share with you periodically, allow... read more

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