As a child growing up next to a sculpture studio, Eizabeth Nagypataky had the desire to practice this art. But it was only much later, after studying biochemistry and a desire to travel, that she began making busts from live models at New York University.
Back in France, the artist continued to study at the Duperré school, without forgetting her desire to travel. She then worked as a prosthetic sculptor of hands and feet between France and the United States to give life to lost limbs.
The works she creates today are influenced by her experience, hence the need to get closer to reality without distorting or exaggerating the forms, to give them strength and sensuality, tirelessly reworking her nude sculptures to bring them the most harmonious curve possible in her eyes.