Thierry started to paint as he was still working for the satellite industry, in southwestern France and then on the East Coast of the US. He answered with passion this mysterious and deeply felt call towards the unknown of art exploration. Inspired by color field painting and abstract expressionism but also deeply touched by multiple forms of music, he developed over the last 15 years a very unique body of work. His often lyrical compositions are strong and balanced, inhabited by a vibrant and colorful energy and a sense of freedom. He is always searching for this elusive quality that makes a painting alive. Thierry's work can be found in a number of private collections in the US and in Europe. His studio is located in Bethesda, Maryland, northwest of Washington, DC, where he resides.
Thierry has been for 15 years with Studio Gallery in Washington, DC where his work was presented in multiple solo, duo and group shows. He was also invited to show in galleries in New York, Montreal, and he participated in the 2007 edition of the International Biennial of Contemporary Art in Florence, Italy.
Thierry was touched and influenced by the paintings of Vermeer, Turner, Matisse, Diebenkorn, Mitchell, Frankenthaler, Rothko, Tapies, but also by the work of musicians like John Coltrane, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock and many other jazz, blues and soul music artists. He is very sensitive to the correspondance and synergies between painting and music.