When Léa Lydie Lefebvre is asked to define her profession, she often uses the term designer. It is true that if the painting and the depth of the shades play a preponderant role in its paintings, the line is often at the origin of the work, this short, which winds, envelops, imprisons as much as it releases. The colors then pierce the contours, light the painting as when the light reveals a stained glass. The techniques used mix in the same table the watercolor, the felt, the ink of China and the acrylic, to accentuate the rhythm of the drawing or give it its tone. His work, intuitive and luminous, resonates with all his experiences and his artistic collaborations, especially during his performances which mix painting and music.