Nome Edonna

In a society where the visual image, whether desired or imposed, is all powerful, the artist builds his work around the scenes of daily life, even the most intimate: a young woman in a forest, a man stepping across the threshold of a door or sitting at a kitchen table, scenes which are usually described as the banality of life, but which the artist always treats with a generous amount of mystery – there we say abstraction – through the splashes of colour which are frenetically applied to the canvas.

It is as though the artist was inviting the « viewer » to take part in the creation or at least to participate in its interpretation. These very personal compositions invite us to reflect deeply to extend the range of the possible, to explore our