Alexandra Rabineau Alexandra Rabineau was born on October 28, 1993 in Aix en Provence, eldest daughter of an installer father of oxygenand a mother operator in microelectronics, passionate about the art of practicing painting. From the age of 2, his mother took the time to teach him the basics of painting. His entry into kindergarten and primary was complicated academically due to these multi ten disorders, Alexandrawas shy by nature. Fortunately, these parents supported her and supported her by pushing her to express through painting, she made mainly acrylic and sculpture, we can count hundreds of paintings during his child hood. As a teenager Alexandra sought to improve her body lines, her mother supporting her enrolled in several private drawing lessons, then in independent artists from Aix. As a young adult fascinated by the human body and its movement, she decided to undertake studies in place to become a physiotherapist following the sudden death of his father; a waterfall event led him to melancholy and depression. Alexandra stopped painting the death of her father devastated her; she had the feeling that part of her had just disappeared. Two years later her maternal grandmother died and there her body let go she was diagnosed with a disease neurodegenerative. Alexandra found herself disabled in a wheelchair and then in a cane. In 2018, during a postoperative hospitalization, the nursing staff forgot to inject the anticoagulants which caused him phlebitis and then pulmonary embolism. At this moment Alexandra, suffocating in the inability to breathe, had a revelation in the face of death. The next day she went back to painting and drawing. When she arrived home, she suffered a stroke due to these operative complications that marked the birth of the devotion she has, to living these days exclusively for painting.