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About Anne Plaisance

Award winning French painter, Anne Plaisance took part in more than 100 exhibitions worldwide. She received many awards, as well as grants from the Cambridge Arts Council and the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
She was featured in the Boston Globe, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle Decoration, Artscope, on television and radio amongst others.
Her artwork can be found in private collections (London, Milan, Paris, Warsaw, Dubai, Kyoto, Boston, etc..).
She took part in residencies (Vermont Studio Center, Fujiyoshida in Japan).
She has been living in the Boston area since 2015, her studio is at Western Avenue Studios in Lowell (461).



Artist statement:

My brush is my sword.
My art focus is on women empowerment.
I use a diverse array of media, constantly evolving, such as painting, installation, sculpture, collages, sketchbooks and video, paper, canvas, cloth, tears, dolls, Louis Vuitton bags, clay, barbed wire, old 18th century missal, maps, furniture, whatever I find that can express the non-intelligible.

www.anneplaisance.com

Image: Born to be abused R

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