Jean-Humbert Savoldelli started painting and was influenced by hyper-realism and Trompe L'oeil. Over time these limited the freedom of his desires and his creative choices. He managed to free himself from the constraints by radically changing his way of painting on canvas: in 2013, the artist looked into abstract expressionism and using acrylic and knife.
Instead of showing everything to the viewer, he now gives him support to daydream based on colour harmonies, perspectives, verticals and horizontals which occupy space without ever clogging it. He sometimes introduces new elements in the composition: sand is mixed with glue and used sparingly, highlighting the contrast. Very few spheres and circles appear in his paintings because they tend to break and disrupt the harmony and elegance that he wishes to give to his paintings.