...between Brussels, Dallas, Berlin and Houston!
I was born and raised in Belgium where I got a master in Law. I have had a long practice as a lawyer, legal adviser and family mediator. I have traveled a lot and
moved with my husband and children several times in Europe and the United States allowing me to cultivate my interest in art.
When I was living in Brussels in 2004, I became a evening student at the Uccle Art School in painting and monoprint, two artistic approaches that feed my thoughts differently. For the first time, I met with other students and teachers, whose open-minded approaches I found very stimulating.
Since 1984 when I was practicing Law in Brussels as a lawyer and mediator, my interest in art grew and contributed to a continuous personal metamorphosis. When my family moved to Houston in 2009, I decided to focus my energy on my artistic skills and to follow classes in printmaking at the Glassell School of Art, MFAH. I exhibit my work in galleries, art fairs, solo or group shows nationally and internationally. Most of all, I enjoy experimental collaborations with other artists such as Laundry with JeanF Jans (2013 and 2014), Bach à 4 mains with Italian/French composer, Tiziana De Carolis (2015), How would you like to be remembered with the writer and stage director, Clara Ploux (2016), Dry feet, a night for relief, an installation and video projection with Pablo Gimenez Zapiola (2017), and most recently L’enclos, cet horizon qui nous poursuit, a participating art residency with 9 other visual artists in Belgium ( 2018).
I am a member of "printmattershouston" that promote traditionnal and non-traditionnal printmaking. www.printmattershouston.org