The artist’s style has a lot to do with her training within the family studio of medieval paintings restoration. Painting on paper and Wood, she usually represents a fantasy world in which figures and color unite until there is no way to separate them, resulting in a mysterious environment home to surrealistic figures. Her work is very emotional, expressing sadness and melancholy.
Montserrat’s work has been exhibited internationally and in 1998 she received the Creu de Sant Jordi award, given by the Catalan government. She was also the first woman that, in 1981, became a member of the St George’s Royal Academy of Arts, a very important institution in Barcelona.