The wind seems to accompany these branches tossed about. And water snakes through the furrows that hug the slopes. Nature does things well and forges makeshift paths whenever needed.
But from what distance should we look at these paintings from the series Growths ? One can see the drawings digging into the earth or stone walls going around hills and ravines. Each small assemblage of drops is a story. Here, the rustling of the leaves is still the murmur of the forests. It would take the eyes of a child to guess the story that the brush weaves. He could guess the drapery of Greek statues, the floating of untied hair and all that the breeze can surround with a subtle caress. There are a thousand stories in a single glance and strange sinuosities on the ground suggest the imprint of animals that have come here. No doubt birds invited onto the canvas. - Gilles Heuré