As a visual artist, Marie-Jeanne practices drawing, painting, assembled sculpture, modelling/sculpture on clay, and installations. She originally comes from Metz, where she followed the workshops of Danièle Lacrabère.
She attended Etching Workshops of the City of Paris in Montparnasse with Catherine Nesa; Fine Arts Workshop of the City of Paris: sculpture modelling at the Laurent Esquerré and Valérie Delarue (Modelage) Ateliers de la Ville de Paris, Montparnasse; drawing course at Paris’ National School of Fine Arts (M. Laurent Okroglic, M. François Mandras); General History of Art at the École du Louvre (third year) and an advanced course in Contemporary Art (second year) with Mme Maldonado.
At the École du Louvre, she also attended “Discovery of the Artworks”: Painting, Architecture, and Sculpture within the museum area and in the city of Paris.
She mainly works with matter, employing unconventional and recovery materials (survival blanket, tea, coffee grounds, teabags, textiles etc.) but also with painting, drawing, watercolours, ceramics.
She is interested in positioning her artworks in a given space (installations) in a way that makes the artwork vibrate and become resonant with its environment.
Marie-Jeanne is an active member of several Art Associations, e.g. MDA (Maison des Artistes), Artistes de la Bastille, Artistes de Ménilmontant, Artistes de la Glacière as well at the Gènie de la Bastille.
She has shown her work in solo and group exhibitions in France, Italy and Spain and many of her artworks belong to private collections.