Florence Sartori has placed Woman at the center of her aesthetic universe. Her resolutely life-oriented approach arouses emotion through timeless female figures. Whether a warrior, fulfilled, fragile or assertive, Woman is both singular and plural for Florence Sartori. She focuses her attention on the arching, tensing, stretching, and ease of the female body, which can assume a balanced, symmetrical, sensual, and sometimes geometric form. She seeks to enhance the dynamics, energy, and vitality of the body in motion and signify its freedom, capturing a natural attitude of movement in an instant, like a snapshot, and restoring its line. This original line is purified and stylized to seize the essence of the body of Woman, in its most universal aspects: curves and voluptuousness, flexibility and sensuality, balance in space, tensing of the body, suspended movement, swaying hips or aerial arabesque. These virginal-looking women, fully feminine and free, never really reveal themselves. Clothed simply with their patina, they tell a story of Woman.