Liz Mosa was born in Corrèze in 1988, from a non-cultural background, yet she chose academic artistic studies. Influenced by this curriculum, Liz Mosa is involved in youth illustration. Only one certainty, engraving, never, but an encounter with an engraver contradicts this thought. She lets herself go on the wood, thus discovering the unbridled nature of her limits, she no longer limits herself. Improvisation, the tearing away of matter, freedom, it is reborn. From now on, his features will no longer be the same. Between the brain and the hand, no more filters. She infiltrates the web of her thoughts. Birth, knowledge, rebirth, Liz Mosa was born. To discover it is to know it. Without being in a formal trend, it can easily be linked to the Cobra movement and Jean-Michel Basquiat's graphic freedom. His work is intuitive both in terms of subject and colour. Aesthetics is an accident, not a research. The movements are ample, the hues raw, the whole is wild. The impulsive nature of the artist is propelled in a simple and effective way. Outside the conventional frames, it combines complementary techniques, Acrylic, Pastel, Posca, Ink, Felt, collide on the same support. The artist's sensitivity and generosity are felt in the works. A watchword, freedom.