With the exception of an excursion into landscape painting (Tuscany), people have been the main subject of her work: studies of individuals in their own context, and studies of groups and crowds. The uniform collection of spectators at football matches, of audiences at concerts, of people in swimming pools and people at domestic sporting events arouses distaste and fascinates at the same time. Such situations lead to the isolation of the individual in the collective mass. The portrait is an attempt to capture the individual human being as a character and as a mirror of him- or herself.

Recently, her interest grew to include general masses. Here, too, the attraction of the immutable affects the choice of subject: fruit, vegetables, fish, and all manner of junk in excess. Yet behind it all, the involvement and influence of people can always be felt. She also addresses the issues of the environment and Christian ethics, as well as creating open-air installations and performances where pictures and music feature, and drawing on her experience in dance and movement.


Photography is an aid to interpreting and portraying what she observes, not least of all as a means of capturing the moment.

She usually paints in oil on primed cotton or canvas.