Innovative, the artist developed an unusual technique: she uses large plates of aluminum, cut to measure, on which she paints immense bright acrylic flower petals. She then creates on the canvas textures rough and dark, using coffee beans, mortar and sand. She finally expands on the work a special lacquer, very liquid, which seals its various components in a durable way. The effect is astonishing: contrasting textures between the smoothness of the lacquer and the rough grain, contrasting bright colors and dark tones, streaked with golden filaments here and there and sometimes contrasting warm colors and the coldness of steel. But what is even more surprising is that after only two and a half years of work, including ten months of research and testing to find her style, she achieved the desired result. The artist already exhibits in seven permanent galleries in Canada and participates in group exhibitions in Europe, and soon in Louisiana!