Executed in powerfully colored tones, Cannibal Malabar's portraits are painted vividly with short, precise gestures.
Particular attention is paid to specific elements of the face. Visibly inspired by the work of contemporaries, such as Martine Johanna and Jenny Morgan, Cannibal Malabar is itself in the continuity of the artistic movement of Action Painting. Relating to expressiveness, his creations seek to reveal the character and personality of the subjects represented.
Her paintings reflect her infatuation with humans and she transcribes it through a multitude of expressive and aesthetic figures. Cannibal Malabar chooses its models according to what they give off, artistically or visually.
The use she makes of very bright colors gives her works a tangy, almost dreamlike aspect. She praises the myriad of emotions that the human face is capable of transmitting and emphasizes each particularity in order to share with the viewer the intensity that she herself felt at first sight.