Through a figurative, spontaneous and singular painting, Natch mixes multiple influences: the traditional approach of nude drawing, sculpture, contemporary street-art, graphic design and Indonesian art.
She imagines faces or compositions made of simplified silhouettes, capable of telling stories, expressing the effervescence of life and suggesting the essence of being.
Most often using acrylic, brush, canvas or walls, she approaches existentialist themes by asking questions, for example, about our relationship to ourselves, to others, to money or to nature.
Her creations are nourished by historical research, legends, symbols and current events, with the aim of taking the viewer to the heart of our collective unconscious and our cultural heritage.
Between the raw and the delicate, the figurative and the abstract, the naive and the hyperrealist, Natch explores our paradoxical nature as well as the feelings of mystery or absurdity related to our existence.