Here is an artist who comes from France and who practices the art of acrylic with a certain talent. Rather than painting figurative subjects, she dares abstraction and gives herself with joy in a riot of colors, where movement is king. By refusing all coercion, it defends a freedom that it brandishes like a banner. Behind each of her paintings and despite the lack of apparent landmarks, she indulges in impressions that may leave you doubtful but which have woven her profile and a real temperament. While in life she never allows herself to be told about it, she reacts even more vivaciously when it comes to composing a work that she must submit to the public gaze. This is obviously not an art that we explain, rather a long gestation process, both thoughtful and instinctual, that we admire for its intrinsic qualities.