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Inspired by animism, Juliette Lepage Boisdron's aesthetic universe, both fascinating and poetic, is inhabited by expressive, majestic, and mystical women, caring insects, large observing eyes, exuberant plants, and plenty of animals.

The scenes that unfold, at first sight, seem simple, and playful, then become tinged with more complex allusions, and ecological themes, but above all with the torrent of life's emotions, of the relationships that the characters have with each other, and which are mixed with their inner feelings.

Her work explores, sometimes in a provocative way, the notions of femininity, courage,

vulnerability, and power. More than 15 years spent in Asia, in India, China, and Singapore, have brought her closer to Eastern spirituality and certain concepts close to Hinduism and Buddhism.

The artist questions the functioning of society, its codes, and the role that women play in it.

She evokes maternity, family, and transgenerational relationships. She also addresses

environmental issues and focuses on the relationship between man and his surroundings.

Juliette Lepage Boisdron's works represent a kind of artistic authenticity, as if they were witnesses to another world, the object of our dreams and our fears.

Free from any academic constraint or pragmatic reasoning, her artistic approach, instinctive and visionary, is based on her creativity, spontaneity, and the emotional charge that presides over the act of creation.

Alternating between figurative, poetic, subtly naive paintings and more abstract, almost organic creations, Juliette Lepage Boisdron oscillates fluidly between her jewelry and her paintings — which she then puts into dialogue without any hierarchy.

Everything is charged with an enchanting, persistent essence that seems to inhabit her

characters as if irradiated with incandescent energy. Her complex work, free of all

concessions, confronts us with the emotions of our human condition, our relationship with others and with the universe that surrounds us.

I like to hide Series by Juliette Lepage Boisdron

CHF 1'450.00Price
    • Technique: Ink on rice paper
    • Size: 55 x 70 cm
    • Created in 2023 

    The work is unique, with a collector's value and an original signature. Sold unframed.

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