Brightly colored masses, red, yellow, green or blue, intermingle on a light background. They seem to cut out space, like a map, representing a stylized geography. There are a few shapes that evoke nature: here a trunk, a cloud, a foliage or a lake.
From a technical point of view, the painter seeks to reinvent his gesture and his palette. The subject of nature remains firmly present. The work is painted on a salvaged canvas, on which a very thick paint had been done (by my grandmother?). The result is a relief that contrasts with the very precisely cut flat areas of color.