Welcome to my Inner World. I am a French self-taught artist, and these past seventeen years I have made Norway my home. Moving to the Lofoten islands was the greatest present I ever made to myself and the Arctic landscapes are indeed a true treat for any artist’s eyes. I live with my British soulmate,… Continue Reading
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Green and turquoise aren’t colors I’ve been using a lot until now. I really enjoyed working with these cool colors and spent a wonderful time bathing in the waterfall, listening to the faerie music, getting to know these serene people enjoying the garden of delights. And they are all wise in their own particuliar way. I will certainly go back to this garden, so much to explore still.
Dahud is a very, very old friend of mine, she still lives in her submerged city of Ys off the coast of Brittany. The legend said she caused the flood to take the city down to the bottom of the sea, but I believe that, being a goddess of the Sea, she took her beloved city with her, back into her realm. You see, people were not yet ready for her. And the new Christian religion didn’t help the matter. But as the song goes, Ys will rise again when Paris (Par-Ys) will sink. The legend also says that Dahud was everything that Christianity abhors – she liked sex, she was into witchcraft, she was wild and passionate. The same legend gave her the Devil as a partner (and her downfall) but here, I gave her better than that. I gave her a Morgan. Morgans are Mermen, they belong to the very rich folklore of Brittany.