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Jacqueline Bozon

1966 Netherlands

2 Works exhibited

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  • About the Artist

Jacqueline Bozon (Netherlands, 1966) uses all her experiences, connections and observations and molds them into a colourful and playful field of lines.  She communicates in colours, a universal language easy to comprehend, one which lends itself to various translations, too. Think of the colour red: it may stand for romance, a passionate love, warmth, yet for someone else it can also represent the colour of fear and danger.

The top layer, usually what we see first, compares to an initial impression we get.  For many this is plentiful. Yet when you take your time to dig deeper, so many layers will come to surface as the artwork exposes itself completely. Our own reflections and experiences will start to blend in.  We meet, get to know each other and start to trust, which releases the most beautiful stories. It’s a book, full of surprises and exciting to read, only you don’t read it, you live it.

The work mirrors the artist’s vision on life in an adventurous and colourful combination of lines. Jacqueline’s technique is as mysterious as it is perfection: multiple layers of paint are carefully separated by the epoxyresin she applies. This creates an exceptional image of perspective. “The art is to see without thinking and not thinking what you see.” 

Jacqueline Bozon's artworks will give your interior a boost of bright colors! 

Works by Jacqueline Bozon

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