Departing from a concrete visual language, the artist has increasingly developed an abstract style.
She has abandoned the two-dimensional plane in order to explore the areas of relief, sculpture and installation.
She has, however, remained faithful to her world of organic forms, never abandoning her sensitive painterly feeling.
In her works one always discerns a strong inclination towards organizing structures and at the same time the desire , the need, to go beyond their scope and to leave them behind.
The artistic development follows this inclination, finding an analogy in ever more flowing forms, in sensuous haptic
experiences and in the porous complexity of the materials paper, linen and bone.