Colorist painter with a figurative tendency.


Faithful to a poetic writing, where drawing still finds its place, Sophie Barthélémy claims the simplicity of her subjects.

The canvases in bright or tender colors, particularly cared for by glazes, are populated with often childish characters, fish, imaginary landscapes, which immediately send the viewer back to the confines of childhood.

Without premeditation, his work is essentially intuitive, giving rise to dreamlike, subjective visions, which leave the viewer free as to his interpretation.