The Goro painter lives and works in Lunel, a city in the south of France. She studied as an architect and trained in the fine arts. Her first profession as an architect utilized her skills in a wide range of projects.

During her stint in architecture, she created and hosted an art gallery in Nîmes. This spurred her in 1999 to return to her youthful passion, painting. She presented her first exhibition in her town of Lunel in the fall of 2001. Marked by a classical  harmony, composition and luminosity, her paintings from this period reflect a personal quest while excelling in the balance of figurative and abstract art.

More recently, she has explored the balance of harmony and vitality as it relates to the explosion of life. This can be most clearly seen in the vibrancy and luminosity of her Horses and Bull Fighter commissions for the Le Chêne Vert workshop.

Since the early 2000s, she has collaborated with the founders of Le Chêne Vert and is delighted for the opportunity to revisit this age-old tradition by dressing their luxurious pottery with her personal imagination. Her passion for this beautiful raw material has led to her own production of smaller pieces in her atelier in Lunel, through which she explores the dialogue between creation and tradition.

Exhibitions since 2000:
  • Aix en Provence
  • Lunel
  • Montpellier
  • Nimes
  • Saint Tropez
  • Marseille
  • Monaco
  • Charleroi
  • Saint Malo
  • Seville
  • Paris