I’ll be exhibiting both abstract and figurative works, as I’ve always liked to depict the female face, from works seen in museums or exhibitions or taken from magazines. But I’d also like to paint a series of pictures from my trip to Korea, my homeland, this summer.
I took a 1-year drawing course at the Watermael-Boitsfort academy when I was 18. Later, I took painting classes at the Etterbeek Academy, and now I’m studying at the Ecole des Arts d’Ixelles. I had wanted to become a fashion designer, but ended up in a European institution. I’m a musician and I’ve always had a passion for aesthetics, visual arts and cinema. So I also got a Master’s degree in Art History (contemporary) at ULB. I learned to paint with acrylics, which wasn’t easy at first, as I’m more graphic. But now that the children are grown up and I have more time, I’m able to express my emotions on canvas, in a caring, didactic and soothing atmosphere.