For Sandrine Grimaud-Lebeaux, plants and water are inseparable subjects. Thus, with her landscapes in constant movement and mutation, she approaches the cycle of life, childhood, loneliness and resilience. It speaks of Man, sometimes secret or exuberant, clear or obscure, weak or powerful, peaceful or violent. Her fluid and transparent inks on canvas, always resilient, represent a barrier against the aggressions of everyday life or the harshness of life, between suggestion and effacement, reality and imagination, figurative and abstraction.
"My inks are pieces of memory, pieces of life that invite us to reflect, to let go, to meditate... and that encourage us to become aware of the vulnerability of nature, and also of our own fragility.