(Marseille, France, 1969)
"The spontaneity of her work of art induces the almost insolent force of her compositions"
Before these first collages, there were old papers: bills, letters, scores, stamps, tickets, exercise books of pupils, crumpled pieces interwoven with anecdotes… Because the spontaneity of her work of art induces the almost insolent force of her compositions. A kind of successful elegance and fantasy, where China ink, water-colour, pastels and dark nut stain juxtapose and mix themselves, before colourless varnish or diluted ochre give a patina to the whole. (Caroline Guiol, Maisons Côté Sud nº52)