Stoul, soul, peintresse… short for badass in the world of art.
At the age of thirteen Stoul already had the right idea: the girl from Paris wanted to become a painter. As time passed, her motivation only kept on rising. Discovering the basics, completing courses at school and studying photography were all part of the grand plan. No time to ask, she wants to learn.
Her first exhibition was at 21, and from then on there was no more hesitation. A career in painting is only obvious. An alternative period started with freedom surrounding her. She exhibited her different works at 59 Rivoli, creating more and more artistic encounters with others.
The street and its difficulties inspire her, giving birth to a new subject in her design: a feline woman, graceful and malignant. At first the creature borrows some aspects from the Japanese culture, but later it seems that the Parisian fashion influence struck. In 2006 she places her first large mural in the suburbs of Paris. Later on, origami is a heavy influence in her artwork. Geometry, architecture and volumes create "ORU". Awareness of the fragility of our land is now important, and it’s resulting in stenciling poetic bas-reliefs.
Stoul gradually abandons her characters to create more abstract works with structure. A renewal, something that is almost a necessity in the life of her, the artist.