En conscience (In Consciousness)

En conscience (In Consciousness)

This painting is part of a series of experimental works exploring conscious movement, the paint and color harmonies. It was made from a mixture of oil paint, cold wax and alkyd gel medium on a matte polyester film. The beeswax gives body and texture to the oil paint, while the alkyd gel medium makes the mixture more flexible and resistant to crumbling.

Plein la tête (Head Full)

Plein la tête (Head Full)

This painting is part of a series of experimental works exploring conscious movement, the paint and color harmonies. It was made from a mixture of oil paint, cold wax and alkyd gel medium on a matte polyester film. The beeswax gives body and texture to the oil paint, while the alkyd gel medium makes the mixture more flexible and resistant to crumbling.

Sous le vent (Downwind)

Sous le vent (Downwind)

This painting is part of a series of experimental works exploring conscious movement, the paint and color harmonies. It was made from a mixture of oil paint, cold wax and alkyd gel medium on a matte polyester film. The beeswax gives body and texture to the oil paint, while the alkyd gel medium makes the mixture more flexible and resistant to crumbling.

Un pied devant l’autre (One Foot in Front of the Other)

Un pied devant l’autre (One Foot in Front of the Other)

This painting is part of a series of experimental works exploring conscious movement, the paint and color harmonies. It was made from a mixture of oil paint, cold wax and alkyd gel medium on a matte polyester film. The beeswax gives body and texture to the oil paint, while the alkyd gel medium makes the mixture more flexible and resistant to crumbling.

Le sac sur le dos (The Bag on the Back)

Le sac sur le dos (The Bag on the Back)

This painting is part of a series of experimental works exploring conscious movement, the paint and color harmonies. It was made from a mixture of oil paint, cold wax and alkyd gel medium on a matte polyester film. The beeswax gives body and texture to the oil paint, while the alkyd gel medium makes the mixture more flexible and resistant to crumbling.

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