Instinctively I let the material guide me first. Recognized by my peers, exhibiting myself a few times in competitions with jury, my artistic journey is rather self-taught, even though I did college studies in plastic art in Montreal.
The accidental encounter with a document on bacteria and microorganisms proved the imprints made with innocuous pieces of vintage fabric over a decade ago.
Artist and craftswoman, the integration of casein paint serves as a medium in my paintings to trace time and the aestheticism of textile printing, more contemporary, draws the simplicity of form. Together they echo the philosophy of wabi-sabi.
The secret beauty of things is combined with the color of the pigments that support the graphic form which carries in its entrails the traces of all life.
The Seed of Life series presented here reminds us of the expression of all that moves and lives inside and outside us and perhaps even the harmony of a nature still barely understood!
Maturity and femininity must also find a place in this artistic environment and especially in the hearts of people.