Gen Z [Cloe]


Gen Z [Cloe], 2022, oil on canvas 50×40



This painting, the third and last, dedicated to time and how I see it passing through my daughter Cloe, aims to make us reflect on the difficulties of generational relationships between a fifty-year-old mother of two daughters: a millennial (21 years old) and a Gen Z (12 years old).


need to fight, it is part of their growth path.

Before they knew who they were, who we were, but now they no longer know or rather they have only broadened their perspectives and understood that reality is varied, made up of a thousand shades.

They need to be loved right now


understand this conflict, because I too have fought mine

I’ll hold the other end of the rope tight and won’t let them slip away, but I’ll help them find balance