She paints strong expressive pieces, which in their form and outcry stand opposed to the modern manner of idealization, present in advertising, mass media and the internet. Rather than creating new realities, she concentrates on humanities ambiguous, complicated nature.
Throught an expressive and naturalistic manner of painting, she calls out to our primal instincts and dormant beastliness, hidden in everyday life. Portraits and nide scenes are reflections of spiritual states, not simple images. Her works show both the spiritual element and the carnal one.
In her paintings she makes frequent use of fonts. Through use of quotations from literature or the subject's own statements, she gives the work a broader context or directs the viewers thoughts in the correct direction. It is important how a well placed quote, or a specific type of font can change an images meaning.