Self-taught, I have a vital need to paint since my early childhood. Fascinated by materials, I started acrylic painting following a meeting with the artist Anna Dvorak.

My passion for fabrics and threads led me to make casts on canvas. I am inspired by everything that surrounds me and it is in the abstract that I express my passion. Guided by my emotions, I am always looking to create volume & color in harmony.

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1972-1976 Secondary studies at “Institut technique Edmond Machtens” in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, sewing-design section.

1977 1 year of night school at the “Académie de Dessin et des Arts Visuels”, in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, painting and tridimensional research section.

1979-1980 Painting lessons at the PACA (Peña de Arte y Cultura Andaluza) in Brussels.

2007 Participation at the different workshops « Introduction to abstract painting », organized by Anna Dvorak (

2008-2011 Lessons from Vilson Biçaku, young graduate of the « Académie des Arts” in Brussels. (

2011 Participation at the different workshops on mixed painting techniques, organized by Victoria Calleja (


2016 Exhibition “Association Koekelberg Artistique” at Koekelberg

Exhibition “Quatre femmes” at Ganshoren

Exhibition “Association Koekelberg Artistique” at Koekelberg

2014 Exhibition Centre Primavera at Jette

Artist’s route “Art showcase” at Evere

Exhibition of artists of the ITA Space Art Gallery at Ixelles

2013 Inter Salon Art Jette “A Child in the City”

Child Focus Expo

Painters and sculptors Ganshoren « Autumn Show »

Permanent exhibition at Clinic’s Basilica CHIREC

2012 Royal Talens contest under the theme « Colors » at Jette

Painters and sculptors Ganshoren « Spring Show »

« Artist’s route » at Jette

« Flowers » at Berchem-Sainte-Agathe

« Artist’s Lair » at Anderlecht

“A Child in the City” Child Focus Expo

2011 « Artist’s route » at Berchem-Sainte-Agathe

Painters and sculptors Ganshoren « Spring Show »