Isabelle de La Touche is a multifaceted artist whose means of expression are oil painting, drawing, ink, sculpture in bronze aluminum and stone together with photography. Exposed to art from an early age by artistic parents, from 22 she concentrates on the study of art history, drawing, painting and old masters techniques through copies in the studio of Patrice de Pracontal then professor at l’Institut Français de Restauration des œuvres d’art à Paris. Besides she also works as an apprentice to the Nicaraguan painter Armando Morales whom she meets at his vernissage at the gallery Claude Bernard.
Established with her family in Switzerland for the last 30 years, her art is regularly shown. Her artistic creativity also includes furniture and garden design.
Lately she also embarks on sculpture including projects for public institutions.