By immersing myself in children’s stories as well as fables and legends, I created a series of drawings in which I set up female characters accompanied by animals, playing on a shift in the characteristics commonly attributed to animals.
In these drawings the wolves are not necessarily mean, nor are the little girls totally innocent.
These women, inspired by Renaissance madonnas, sculptures of Greek goddesses, or characters from art history, are accomplices of animals in unspoken stories, which each spectator can build according to his own sensitivity.
Technique: Black stone, charcoal and dry pastel on Canson paper 160 g/m2
Oak frame with extension, 4 cm deep and 2 mm plexiglass as shown in picture 2 (can be sold without frame: 850 euros)