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Fécamp (76), France
Painter and glass painter, Bosselin proposes a series of works entitled "talismans", sculptures in transparency which call upon the alliance of ancient and contemporary techniques: - stained glass combining: glass and lead, enamels and grisailles, transparencies and textures. - frame-base designed by the artist for 3D printing. These works offer a vanishing point for the gaze, a zone of attraction and refocusing, of calm, what could be called "an aquarium effect". The work on glass and in grey combines drawing, painting and engraving; it can be meticulous or gestural painting. In this series, Bosselin has reversed the traditional stained glass elaboration process, initially producing multiple pieces of glass, painted, thermoformed, figurative or abstract, using "noble" antique glass as well as industrial recuperated glass. And from this material diversity, he allows associations of colour, shape and texture to emerge in order to create a composition.
Bosselin has long practiced as a medical anesthetist. At the same time, he trained in the mid-80s with the painter Pierre Dominique Giess in Fontainebleau. In the 1990s, he learned the basics of stained glass from the master glassmaker Michel Durand, Max Ingrand's successor.
- Permanently : Gallery of stained glass in Chartres and Saphir Galleries
- 2013 Galeries Saphir Paris 3rd and 17th
- Salon des indépendants 2009
- Mona Lisa Gallery 2009 Paris 7ème