1963 · France
Agnès Baillon has imagined a world just like her: intimate, sensitive and quiet. She went into sculpture during her studies, "by accident" and to free herself from the rigidity of painting. The artist started sculpting her little figures as graduation approached, to release the pressure and discovered how free she felt in her creation.
Her first exhibitions were a combination of paintings and sculptures. The bodies were painted (often swimmers while their head were chopped off and mounted on stands.
From 1990 she entirely devoted to sculpture, working with resin, bronze and paper mâché. Her works have been shown in Paris since the late 1990's as well as in regions (Lyon, Poitiers, Limoges) as well as abroad (US, Germany, Greece). Agnès' works are part of private collection worldwide: Treguer collection, Frissiras Foundation (Greece) and the Wurth Museum (Germany).
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