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Lanester (56), France
Born in Brittany in 1970, Gaël Rouxeville began painting and drawing from a very young age. This visual artist reveals a work driven by the energy of movement that brings his sculptures to life.
Before turning to sculpture in 1998, Gaël Rouxeville studied mechanical engineering and industrial design. Already passionate about wood, his activity as a sculptor, coupled with an eco-responsible approach has gradually led him to cabinet making. It is enriched by his new knowledge that allows him to create sculpture.
Movement is a central element of Gaël Rouxeville's Work. His style is based on the "living curve". He interprets abstraction in his own way, the dance or the silhouette of animals. Inspired by the dynamism of the forms, the artist presents sinuous works, between reality and dream.
DUT in Mechanical and Production Engineering (Brest 1991)
Engineering designer of the ISD (Valenciennes 1994)
Course of Jean-Marc Desrues, at the ARC Workshops (Lorient), for 10 years
Furniture carpenter AFPA (Quimper 2008)
Apr. 7 to Oct. 31, 2019: "Emouvant Mouvement", Musée des Forges, Lochrist(56)
Oct. 7 to Dec. 1, 2018: Guerlesquin sculpture salon (29)
Nov. 1-4, 2018: Terre et Flamme, international exhibition of professional sculptors, Chantepie (35)
August 2018: solo exhibition "La Courbe Vivante", Espace Keruzen, Saint Gildas de Rhuys (56)
July 2018: Solo exhibition "La vie dans la courbe" (Festival interceltique de Lorien), Lanester (56)
June 2018: collective exhibition, society of French artists and poets, Espace Etrillard, St Nicolas de Redon (44)
March 2018: Spring Sculpture Fair, Bressuir Castle (79)
February 2018: Solo exhibition, Pencastel mill, Arzon (56)
2017: Earth and Flame Exhibition, mostra Artetra
2017-2018: Broekmann Gallery, Düsseldorf, Germany
2016: Bourdelle Festival in Montauban
Summer 2016: JJ RIO Gallery, Auray
2003 to 2007: Gallery B.Weider, Auray; various fairs and exhibitions (Salon des indépendants, sculptors Bretagne...)
2002-2003: Gallery Compagnie d’Artistes, Lorient