Clara Crespin's work is between narrative figuration and lyrical abstraction. Plastician, she imagines paintings that question the viewer as much as the painter himself. A painter inhabited by an invisible force. A world of symbols from which order and life are born Clara Crespin studies contemporary art at the Fine Arts workshops in Paris. Through her favorite subjects: fauna, flora and ocean, she pays homage to nature in all its forms. The reaffirmation of its roots, the return to the sources and to the sacred is all that Clara Crespin invokes through her pictorial writing and the privileged themes. His paintings are a reflection of compositions which refer us to a world of colors, signs, symbols from which order and life are born. Towards other worlds Clara Crespin's work is similar to infinite restart. An invitation to travel and explore new worlds. The diversity and richness of his work have earned him many exhibitions in France, Italy, Japan, China and Canada. She is also a member of the Taylor Foundation, the Salon des Beaux-Arts, the Fair of Drawing and Water Painting, the Comparison Fair and the Salon of French Artists.