LE PATRIMOINE CULTUREL FRANÇAIS REVISITÉ
Deposed baroness, princess of Baluchistan, and storyteller, I am proud of cultural, historic and decorative French heritage. I love my country and it’s history, our language and our revolutionary patriotism.
Great granddaughter of the long distance navigator, Captain Louis-Barthélémy Morin - admiral of a landlocked country who was appointed, after many adventures and misadventures, Royal Prince of Burma and Prince of Baluchistan - I can’t be but drawn to the entrepreneurial adventure...
"Boldness, boldness, and more boldness! "said the French revolutionary Danton.
While a graphic arts student at the famed Parisian graphic arts school Met de Penninghem (ESAG), I studied – through books, museum visits and travels around France - the variousFrench decorative movements, which allows me today to reinterpret them graphically.
I became a big fan of the history of drawing Beautiran's fabricof the end of the 18th
century. Observing the way they were graphically created, I reproduced them by adapting them to modern fabric/cloth printing techniques. I am the initiator of a specialty book on Toiles de Beautiran,published by « faiseuse d’histoires ».
Another way to reinterpret our cultural heritage.
I am a Knight of the Legion d’Honneur, the most prestigious French distinction.
SOME WORKS I DID
The notebooks I create by following the travels of my ancestor Louis-Barthélémy, whose story is published in the research book written by his father: "Charpentiers de Marine au Pays de Saint-Malo. Chroniques des Morin: Trois Siècles de Fortune de Mer" (Jacques Morin, Jean Picollec Publishing).
Portraits of my own dogs, Robespierre and Jacobine, whose adventures I narrate and those of their parisien dog friends in children's books for elders and youngers.
Portraits of the animals of all the people who ask me to sketch their dog, be it in France, in Osaka or in the world.