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Juliette Lepage Boisdron

“My experience colours my work. I am especially drawn to women and their role in society, and am enthralled by how humans interact with each other and with nature”

Magic Seed, 2-piece

Magic Seed, 2-piece

ink, gold leaf on rice paper 29 x 49 inches framed

Pluie (Rain) - Series n.2

Pluie (Rain) - Series n.2

ink, acrylic on rice paper 27.6 x 19.7 inches

Pluie (Rain) - Series n.3

Pluie (Rain) - Series n.3

ink, acrylic on rice paper 27.6 x 19.7 inches

Mother

Mother

ink, acrylic on rice paper 27.6 x 19.7 inches

I like to hide - Series n.2

I like to hide - Series n.2

ink on rice paper 18 x 13.8 inches

I like to hide - Series n.10

I like to hide - Series n.10

ink, acrylic on rice paper 27.6 x 19.7 inches

I like to hide - Series n.9

I like to hide - Series n.9

ink, acrylic on rice paper 20 x 16 inches

I don't mince my words

I don't mince my words

ink, stitching on rice paper 24 x 18 inches

In my bubble

In my bubble

ink on rice paper 19 x 19 inches

It is raining frogs

It is raining frogs

ink on rice paper 13 x 13 inches

Back Home

Back Home

ink on rice paper 18 x 9 inches

Goddess

Goddess

ink on rice paper 24 x 19 inches

Don't worry babe, everything is going to be alright.

Don't worry babe, everything is going to be alright.

ink, acrylic on rice paper 12 x 17 inches

Chalouper

Chalouper

ink, acrylic on rice paper 14 x 17 inches

Where Are You From?

Where Are You From?

ink, acrylic on rice paper 15 x 17.7 inches

Kindness - Series n.8

Kindness - Series n.8

ink, acrylic on rice paper 11 x 17 inches

Kindness - Series n.10

Kindness - Series n.10

ink on rice paper 14 x 14 inches

Gratitude

Gratitude

ink on rice paper 9 x 13 inches

Could you be a little bit more careful please?

Could you be a little bit more careful please?

ink on rice paper 14 x 13 inches

I need love

I need love

ink, acrylic on rice paper 24 x 7 inches

I can see through - having a break

I can see through - having a break

ink, acrylic on rice paper 17 x 15 inches

I can see through - watering the plants

I can see through - watering the plants

ink, acrylic on rice paper 15 x 14 inches

Ça Fait Mal - This Hurts

Ça Fait Mal - This Hurts

ink on rice paper 18.5 x 13.8 inches

Make A Wish

Make A Wish

ink on rice paper 13 x 9 inches

Caroline

Caroline

ink, sewn - canson paper 27.5 x 19.7 inches

Fairy-Tale

Fairy-Tale

ink, acrylic - canson paper 27 x 19 inches

Bizarre

Bizarre

ink, acrylic on rice paper 12 x 16 inches

You are safe I

You are safe I

ink, acrylic on rice paper 14 x 12 inches

What is it in my pocket?

What is it in my pocket?

ink on rice paper 13 x 10 inches

Precious

Precious

ink, acrylic on rice paper 19.7 x 12 inches

Let Go

Let Go

ink, acrylic - canson paper 18.3 x 13 in

I eat everything

I eat everything

ink on rice paper 14 x 18 inches

Trésor (Treasure)

Trésor (Treasure)

ink, acrylic on rice paper 19 x 14 inches

Come with me

Come with me

ink on rice paper 12 x 15 inches

Housewife

Housewife

ink, acrylic - canson paper 28 x 23 inches

Femme - Arbre

Femme - Arbre

ink, acrylic on rice paper 14 x 10 inches

Feu

Feu

ink, acrylic on rice paper 10 x 15.5 in

I want to be strong

I want to be strong

ink on rice paper 14 x 12 inches

Dans mes rêves (in my dreams)

Dans mes rêves (in my dreams)

ink, acrylic on rice paper 13.5 x 9.5 inches

Take good care of me

Take good care of me

ink, acrylic on rice paper 15 x 11 inches

Motherhood

Motherhood

ink on rice paper 18.7 & 14 inches

I see through

I see through

ink, acrylic on rice paper 14 x 14 inches

Incognito

Incognito

ink on rice paper 19 x 12.2 inches

A woman - Série

A woman - Série

ink, acrylic on rice paper 20 x 15 inches

Ball Moon

Ball Moon

ink, acrylic on rice paper 18 x 15 inches

Under the Stars

Under the Stars

ink on rice paper 19 x 16 inches

We are together

We are together

ink, acrylic on rice paper 18 x 14 inches

You are precious

You are precious

ink on rice paper 14 x 14 inches

Tête à Tête III

Tête à Tête III

ink on rice paper 14.5 x 14.5 inches

Lotus Flowers

Lotus Flowers

ink, acrylic on rice paper 18 x 14 inches

Une Femme (a woman)

Une Femme (a woman)

ink, acrylic on rice paper19 x 14 inches

I juggle

I juggle

ink, acrylic on rice paper 19 x 15 inches

Frog necklace - Collier de Grenouilles

Frog necklace - Collier de Grenouilles

ink on rice paper 18.7 x 14.8 inches

C'est Magique

C'est Magique

ink, acrylic on rice paper 16.5 x 12.6 inches

Take a Break

Take a Break

ink, acrylic on rice paper 19 x 14.2 inches

Guess who is coming for dinner?

Guess who is coming for dinner?

ink on rice paper 18 x 13.8 inches

What do you see?

What do you see?

ink, acrylic on rice paper 22 x 16.5 inches

To fit in - he

To fit in - he

ink, acrylic on rice paper 17 x 19 inches

To fit in - she

To fit in - she

ink, acrylic on rice paper 17 x 19 inches

The one who uses too much make-up

The one who uses too much make-up

ink, acrylic on rice paper 27.5 x 18 inches

I feel pink

I feel pink

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Persona II

Persona II

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First Kiss

First Kiss

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Inseparable 2-Piece

Inseparable 2-Piece

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I will take good care of you

I will take good care of you

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Laurence - Acrylic on Wood

Laurence - Acrylic on Wood

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Juliette Lepage Boisdron

Juliette Lepage Boisdron is a multidisciplinary contemporary artist.

She was born in Paris in 1971 and has been creating a unique and enchanting universe for over 30 years, integrating painting, drawing and art jewelry.

As a child, Juliette grew up in exotic and culturally diverse places such as North China, U.S.S.R, the Arab Emirates and sub-Saharan Africa. This extremely cosmopolitan childhood has undoubtedly had a creative influence on the artist's work.

Juliette holds a master's degree in Art History from the Sorbonne University in Paris, France. After her studies in Paris, Juliette has continued to travel extensively and has lived in many countries. Her professional career is therefore quite eclectic, however, one constant has always remained in her life : she has always been creating poetic paintings and contemporary jewelry, transcribing what she has learnt from different people and different cultures.

In the 90’s, Juliette lived over a decade in Singapore where she worked as an art gallery director. Then she moved to India and worked as an artistic agent. Back to Paris, she worked for the website of the Fondation Cartier. During the 2000s, Juliette took a break from professional life and focused exclusively on raising her 3 children. Between 2010 and 2014, Juliette lived in Portugal where she has been learning traditional jewelry techniques with the Lisboeta artist Catarina Silva.

Returning to Singapore in 2017 she studied ancient and contemporary Chinese painting techniques with artist Lim Choon Jin at the Lasalle School of the Arts. The artist now lives between Basel , Paris and Lisbon. She is part of DOCK Basel, SGBK section Basel and VISARTE (Newcomer). She has exhibited widely in America, Europe and Asia. She is currently represented by galleries in Basel, in the US, Austin TX, and in Thailand. Her works are part of numerous private collections around the world.

Juliette paints with indian / chinese ink and acrylic on rice paper. Her creations speak about love, human relationships, the place of women in the society, motherhood, relationships between man and nature. There is no hierarchy for her; humans, animals, plants, they all have the same dignity of existence. 

She is especially drawn to women and their role in society, and is enthralled by how humans interact with each other and with nature. Sometimes it is beautiful, sometimes painful. Juliette is deeply attached to nature and needs to be surrounded by it. In her work, the viewer will always see expressive, mystical characters that do not follow traditional beauty standards. Her figures may have two heads, are hidden by flowers and mostly look asymmetrical. This reflects life and the imperfections of all of us.

Her message is an integral part of each of her artworks.

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