Gradigan Book Prize winner Bernie Muraour's first passions are animals, nature and drawing. She learned alone the art of drawing and painting through the universe of Walt Disney and of mangas.
As an artist, she make painting to represent what he stood for and what his work meant to her and plenty of other people in the USA.
Her job now consists in teaching drawing, painting and modeling but she is also an art thearpist in ESAT and FO, two associations caring for disabled people.
As a free-mance artist, she worked for china manufacturer Philippes Deshoulières as a window-dresser and for the Grand Théatre as a costume designer. She also dabbed into accessories design for the world of cinema and theater. But her other big passion is the work of Bobby Kennedy.