Her paintings are not representations of reality. They are rather, visions, which offer one the opportunity to see reality in a different way.
She writes… Painting is like writing a personal diary. A work develops as a meditation, with us like a companion, mirroring the interlacing of our souls and the links with reality.
It is an endless path.
The painter makes us look at reality differently, showing us the beauty in common things.
Beauty takes many different forms from those in which reality proposes and the painter attempts to show this sort of mysterious knowledge…
2013 Workshop of fresco, Paris
2013 Workshop artist’s book made, Venise
2012-2013 Beaux-arts of Paris, metal engraving.
2012- Workshop of wood engraving, Venise
1997-2007 Student of Philippe Lejeune who was a Maurice Denis’s Student.
1996-2007 Grande Chaumière in Paris- scketches nude.
1996 Master of French Litterature in Sorbonne (Paris IV)
1982-91 dancer student in the CNSM of Paris.
Award Joël Dabin, Fondation Taylor, 2016
Award Renoir, 2014
Mention Award Noufflard, 2008.