My pictorial practice intersects with liquid acrylic, watercolor and ink, because these combine with water and their pigments are transparent while remaining vivid and vibrant. I prefer watercolor paper and the gelatin monotype technique on which I work colors, shapes and textures.
Each work is autonomous and leaves room for imagination and reverie, without seeking to convey a message or a reality. The gelatin monotype technique gives my works a uniformity of texture recognizable among all and impossible to copy. That’s why she’s always unique. I like to suggest stylized shapes or drawings that tell, like in a fable.
I was able to make a series on birds, on the mother / child relationship, on horses, on love, etc. I can also decide to stay in the abstraction which emphasizes transparent colors, which I layer. I also do not hesitate to add a collage with Japanese paper that I have colored beforehand or gold leaf to emphasize this or that detail. Playing with pigments and shapes allows me to enter a wonderful world where anything goes, or almost …