Attracted very early by theatre and sets, it was at the school of decorative arts in her city that she followed her first artistic training in the field of artistic craftsmanship. With a degree in hand, she entered the second cycle of the National School of Fine Arts in Lyon. In past professional lives, she has therefore been a freelance graphic designer, designer of clothing, then jewellery, decorator for a real estate agency; and more recently responsible for visual communication within a supermarket chain.
From her passion for drawing and colour came naturally painting, it is in this way that she finally decided to take her independence:
At first, a piece of paper, two people crossed in the street, a woman’s clothes, a word, a texture.... Like an echo to an emotion, to a memory. An incentive to vagrancy. An indoor walk. It sticks, coats, mixes, overlays and tears off. In a comeback between will and chance, she is in the moment and likes to be surprised.
At the border between figuration and abstraction, she explores the intermediate spaces. The result of his work tilts in turn to one side or the other according to an initial intention and the biases generated by the painting itself. Between the canvases, connections are made, themes are determined, and series are articulated... Her desire is to show a "mirror" painting where each look could cross a sensation, a fragment of her history.
Read Marianne Quinzin’s interview on the KAZoART blog