As a painter, Cécile Bart covers with coloured paint, more or less dense, a veil of tergal “plein jour” that she places in tension on a metal frame. The artist lays down her layers of colour to wipe them off immediately. Colour is born slowly and is not easily defined, it reads differently depending on the position of the viewer. The pictorial substance lets the light pass through and keeps its porosity to the support, its transparency. Giving back a horizon to the painting, giving a visibility beyond the surface, letting see “the landscape” through the painting sounding proposals of Cécile Bart’s paradoxical paint-screens. The study and thinking of architecture underlie Cécile Bart’s work, and she actively works on the exhibition situation.