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Armelle Boussidan

Born in: 1981

France

Biography

Armelle Boussidan was born in Strasbourg in 1981, but soon felt the need to travel the world and discover new places. Gradually, painting took up an important place in her life: since the decisive afternoon in 2006 when she was in Elne's gallery (the painter), she created her first painting based on Elne's advice, painting followed her to England, where she studied it in depth, then to Lyon where she finished her thesis in cognitive sciences and linguistics.

In Lyon, crucial encounters in the community workshop: "The Lost Room", allowed her to learn from different approaches in painting and therefore strengthen her artistic commitment. Her paintings were exhibited for the first time in Lyon at the Laboratoire de Jean-Daniel Trassaert Gallery.

Since then, Armelle Boussidan's work has been on the rise: her curiosity to use mineral materials in her painting like (sand, quartz...) and technical freedom have led her to gain mastery, and she brings this into play as she looks for new materials. Moreover, the mineral link is filled with history (sand from the deserts or islands she comes across during her travels) and plunges us at the heart of a language, beyond words. She draws on the elements of her pictorial language, through pure color and raw material.


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  • Painting Abstract

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Armelle Boussidan, Ishtar, Painting

Armelle Boussidan

Ishtar, 2012
51.2 x 35.4 x 1.6 inch
Painting

$2,880

Armelle Boussidan, Chimères, Painting

Armelle Boussidan

Chimères, 2013
23.6 x 28.7 x 1.6 inch
Painting

$1,777

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