Fabienne Delacroix is the youngest child of the artist Michel Delacroix. She began to paint at the age of ten, working along side her father in his studio. Her talent was evident almost immediately. At twelve years old, her work was exhibited in a gallery in Carmel, California where the work completely sold out.
In 2004 she began exhibiting on her own, and while her work can be linked stylistically to her father’s, she is very much an artist in her own right. Unlike Michel, who is best known for his cityscapes, Fabienne more often paints seascapes and pastoral landscapes. She has a mastery of light and color that is similar to that of French Impressionism. She is not afraid to use vibrant colors and each composition is full of detail.