was born and raised in France and studied at the University of Lyon III, France, and École des Beaux-Arts de Lyon. After living in Egypt and Mexico, she found her creative home in New York City. Coron is an internationally exhibited artist who uses the cutout method in her art. Often created as multiples, the works are hand-cut from Tyvek. First introduced to the cutout method in her native France, Coron was further exposed to cutting techniques while living in China. In the last ten years, Coron has established herself as a full-time artist, and has refined her self-taught cutout technique. Usually working in the book arts, her work can be found in museum collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Art, and the Bibliotheque Nationale of France. She has received numerous public art commissions including the Burke Avenue train station in the Bronx through the MTA Arts for Transit program, NYC; and the Kostner subway station, Chicago, IL through the Chicago Transit Authority Commission administered by the City of Chicago's Public Art Program.