Vinça Monadé is an art teacher in DMA-ceramics (diplôme des métiers d'art) at the "Gué à Tresmes" school. In addition to teaching and its role of transmission, there is also the personal work of a plastic artist. She began her apprenticeship by studying graphic design and then studied in Amore's studio at the Beaux Arts de Paris. She completed her studies with a degree in Art History and passionately discovered the art of the Middle Ages and the Italian Primitives.
Vinça Monadé then became interested in silkscreen printing and frequented Jéröme Arcay's Parisian studio.
Vinça Monadé, through the delicacy of her drawings, manages to reappropriate the surrounding nature through the plural expression of the line.
"I like the line, "natural" or abstract. From nature or out of nature, the expression of the trait is plural. If the drawing and its trembling or even hesitant line were the first source, the taste for the line evolves, metamorphoses, stiffens until the line breaks. As time goes by, the line that was so present until then gradually tends to disappear in favour of the motif, the surface and the colour. »