Looking at the pictures of Giverny de Monet and obviously admiring them, I wondered how many things had been left to put on them. Yes, as a spectator, you contemplate a beautiful representation, but what about life? What about the life that beats under Monet’s feet, the dragonflies, the ants, the frogs, the relationships of life and death etc … How many things were happening while Monet was capturing the light on the water?
Deep forest tries to capture these other landscapes, more internal, more intimate, such as anthills, pools with frogs and dragonflies crossing the forest.
To do this, I decided to install a studio, hidden in a forest in the Spanish Pyrenees, from where I can paint beyond the traditional landscape.