Since settling in Villard Notre Dame, she has also been working on a series of “high-reliefs” and “bogeymen” inspired by legendary tales of Oisans. She likes to work with clay, wood, stone, bone and plaster. Where does my passion for sculpture come from? “Sculpture is the oldest language of mankind. It is a three-dimensional presence and a more direct path then painting, which has been my passion for over 30 years. Sculpture is a continuation of my childhood preoccupations and happiness. Mine was a solitary childhood, spent in the pastureland, rockfalls and forests of Oisans. My decision to settle in Villard Notre Dame – a village that has fascinated me since I was a child – is above all an artistic one. It is the desire to live in a place that suits me, a refuge and immersion as close as possible to the mountains, rocks and unspoiled nature." What are my sources of inspiration? “Sources of inspiration, sources of the world, sources of life… Each natural form is given life by the matter it once was (subjected to seasons and centuries, together with the obstacles encountered, such as water and wind) to become what it is – enigmatic and the stuff of dreams. It is my catalyst when I'm in my workshop. PRODUCTS - Sculpture in clay, wood, stone, bone, plaster… and bas-reliefs LOCATION - at the workshop.