Frédérique Albou paints with acrylic or gouache, on small and medium sizes, and draws especially by using Indian ink, using the point to point technique. She follows the principle that a line is a succession of points. Point in the line.
It can take her a lot of time to fill a page, but she makes it in a state of serene "meditation" and finds her internal resource there.
Her privileged themes of inspiration are Africa, waves, trees, and peacocks... but she leaves generally her imagination run free: the architecture of a city, for example, can give her ideas of varied handwrittings. She has no preliminary motionless direction and she likes saying that the blank page is " her space of freedom ".