The sea and the boats have always been essential elements of my life and what's more natural, when the brush is itching,
than to seize these moments.
Watercolor becomes marine often on these coasts of Brittany, where tradition and navigation never ceased to exist
So I propose a little tour on the water, and on the strikes of our small country, through the galleries at your disposal ....
You will discover my watercolors or drawings in Indian ink and sepia ink; some are available for sale
others are already making the pleasure of their buyers, but you will also see that there are only boats, passion requires ...
In this region where the name of its coast brings itself color (Cote d'Emeraude), Cancale and its bay with the no less famous Mont Saint Michel backdrop to Dahouët through Erquy, Cape Frehel and Fort La Latte, many old sailing ships still sail, and it is not uncommon to cross them at sea or in small sheltered coves, at anchor, or even warm in small shipyards of Rance. Saint-Malo, historic city, also remains with its ramparts and basins, a place of passage or attachment for many beautiful units such as "cutter corsair", "Fleur de Mai", "Etoile Molène" etc. but also small mackerel still alive and just waiting to pull the edges off the "Grand Jardin".