Murals

MURAL in a room- toulouse, france 2019 

During my time in my home town, I get an unexpected commission from one of my family members, my brother! He bought a new apartment and he had the desire to have a mural in one of his room that shows his life and aspirations for him and his partner, Joanne. This decor had to be done in a limited length of time (9 hours in total), so I had to come up with something simple but pleasant for the eyes. 

This landscape combines different view and iconic buildings from South-West and South-East of France that organized in a geometrical composition that adds a modern style to a classical decor.  

"Awesome! Thanks a lot! I am impressed. I just told you to do a painting that represents me and Joanne (my partner) and you paint a masterpiece! Now, when someone comes to my room, they can travel to every part of the South of France that we love and honor. Thanks again! Great Artist! " 

ETIENNE, Toulouse, France 
MURAL AT FANNO CREEK ELITE CARE-2018 

This collaborative mural was an unbelievable experience! I worked with a fine art artist, Jess LaPrade. We meet at an art show, and we quickly felt aligned with the same artistic vision. How art can have an impact on health and wellbeing? We created this mural in a beautiful greenhouse in a Healthcare center that welcome people with Alzheimer and dementia. We hope this mural will bring more joy and enthusiasm to the visitor. This mural project leads us to create Painting Pathways. Jess and I drive by the same desire to bring art in places where there is a need to have art and light for the better. Through our murals and workshops, our aim is to empower and provide transformational experiences that inspire you to feel more beauty, healing, and connection through art.

Please, visit our website at Painting Pathways.

"The ambiance that brings this beautiful mural has inspired me to pick up my painting on my breaks." 

PAUL, Nurse at Elite Care at Fanno Creek. 

Staircase in CASTEL in Bayonne, FRANCE

At the Castel of LaPlane, the owner decided to renovate this 19century Castel and create apartments in this space. Under the plaster has been revealed a mural with false stone apparel and false wood molding bases. The mission was to reconstruct the ancient mural with a used aspect.  

Staircase in CASTEL in Bayonne, FRANCE

At the Castel of LaPlane, the owner decided to renovate this 19century Castel and create apartments in this space. Under the plaster has been revealed a mural with false stone apparel and false wood molding bases. The mission was to reconstruct the ancient mural with a used aspect.  

GUESTROOM, PEACHLAND, CANADA

My first mural in Canada came up through an unexpected meeting with Correy. This man owns a beautiful house that he is called “the ranch” which sits on the top of the hills of Peachland. His project is to transform this place into a guesthouse. The owner could receive guests without losing his own privacy. He would like to re-arrange this independent layout, localized on the first floor, where he could welcome his guests. This part is divided into two distinct rooms; a space where a bar and a pool-table imbue the room with a relaxing atmosphere and another where he will set up his office. He commissioned a décor from me for the first room. He wanted to generate a harmonious and attractive environment for welcoming people. In order to create a peaceful place, he asked me to paint a fake sky all around the room.  The highlight of this project was to transform a pillar in the middle of the room into a tree. The bar’s surface was still in apparent plywood; I paint it in white, a neutral color that goes hand in hand with the peaceful sky.  I was really enthusiastic about this project. These two weeks of creation were a wonderful Canadian experience. I wish some other commissions will come up.