Agnès Boulloche born in Paris from father Andre Boulloche, an underground fighter in WW2, Head of Road Office in Morocco and later French Minister of Education, has spent her early years in Morocco, where she developed her taste for underworld fairies, unknown lands and myths of little creatures.
After her returning in Paris, she attended the École des Arts Décoratifs where she focused on oil on wood painting and opened in Paris her first exhibition soon after her graduation.
In 1972 Agnes had a daughter, Julie Lipinski, that follows the artistc and creator talent of her mother as a film director and writer.
Now Agnès Boulloche lives and works alternately in Paris and in the Ile de Ré.
Her love for life, nature, animals, humans it can be seen both in her paintings and sculptures.
She entirely concentrated on oil painting on wood panels using the old “glaze” technique which consist in superimposing thin transparent layers of colors and makes it possible to combine fine strokes and luminous tints. She also uses various alchemical formulas to create her own pigments, mediums and varnishes.
Talking her bronze sculptures, well here you will find a beautiful variety of animals: dogs, rats, rhinos, birds and also other elements and motifs that you can see in her artistic universe.
You have now the unique chance to see Agnes at work in her atelier, showing step by step in pictures her following painting with the subject Dental Art.