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|Artist: Nazare-Aga A.||Width: 16 cm|
|Support: Resin||Height: 25 cm|
The sculptures by Arnaud Nazare-Aga have the purpose to bring happiness. The subjects, the shapes and the materials are chosen in order to create harmony between the public and the artwork. This work is part of the Venus collection, is made of marble powder and resin, it is entirely hand-painted and externally lacquered. It's a limited edition in 99 pieces in the world, signed and numbered in original by the artist.
Sculpture made of fiberglass, marble dust and resin, it is entirely hand-painted and externally lacquered. Limited edition in 99 pieces in the world, signed and numbered in original by the artist. The artwork is given with the certificate of authenticity.
|Notes||Limited edition in 99 pieces in the world, signed and numbered in original by the artist. The artwork is given with the certificate of authenticity.|
After many different professional experiences in Europe and Asia, Arnaud founded the PAJ'Art Studio in January 2011 in Bangkok, where he’s living.
In 2012, in collaboration with his ex-wife Adeline, Arnaud - Nazare-Aga, created some collections under the duo name “Artheline”.
The collections are known for their fun and voluptuous Sumo, Hippop’Art, Whale Pop, Goril’Pop and Venus.
The sculptures are produced in various sizes, with sinuous lines and bright colours. According to the artist, these sculptures with sweet, smooth and colourful shapes, have the task to instill joy and happiness in everyone who watches them.
Lately, his most important art project has been making his “Little Prince” art pieces - inspired by the most widely-known French literary work with poetic and philosophical significance- accessible to the blind: Through the sense of touch, they will be able to "see" his sculptures as a sort of induction to the world of art. Arnaud Nazare-Aga’s work has been presented in many international fairs and galleries in Asia and Europe for the last 7 years.
His last main exhibition in 2018 were Art Stage Singapore, where he presented a 3,4m high Totem Sumo as Public Artworks, AAF Milan and “Behind the Little Prince” in the Singapore Philatelic Museum.
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