Nathalie admires prehistoric artists for the power of their features, Joan Mitchell for his creative freedom and Cy Twombly for his poetry, Pierre Soulage for his thoroughness, as well as Tapiès and Clavé for their materiality.
She engraved the wood, marked her drawings, before removing the elements one by one, to return to her first passion, painting, on wood, on canvas or on cardboard, working the textures by varying the techniques (acrylic, brou nuts, pastel, oil, etc.).
She describes her painting as an eternal story with drawers in which the works respond to each other, whatever their medium, their materials, their palette of colors and regardless of their chronology.
Halfway between abstraction and figurative, his works reflect nature, the plant, mineral world and the anchor of life.