Her current project is to create an archetypal portrait of the early twenty-first century. Her works of large size have a strong presence and exude dynamism and remarkable vitality. And this is all the more remarkable because it is a work on paper, a work of withdrawal and not of layering. Indeed, the piece of paper is painted with black acrylic, which is then removed and washed with a mixture water or water and bleach which allows shades from pink to white, from black to grey. The gesture is sharp and quick, which causes many losses and failures. As for watercolor there is no repentance. The other randomness is the reaction of the paper with water which may also result in the destruction of a work in progress.
This new artist has an original and personal technique that makes her a discovery not to be missed!