Born 1979 & 1971
Hometown France & Philippines
Lives and works Bangkok
About the artist
Arnaud Nazare-Aga was born in 1965 in Paris. Since his childhood, he developed a passion for modern sculpture and architecture visiting museums with his parents. Plasterer -moulder training, educated in a Buddhist community in Burgundy (France), where he remained thirteen years, he directed all carved decorations of the largest Buddhist temple in the West, the Temple of a Thousand Buddhas near Autun in Burgundy.
His wife, Adeline, was born in the northern Philippines in 1971. Passionate of floral art, she served as florist in Paris and Antibes, before settling in Bangkok with her husband where they open the workshop PAJ’Art. Passionate artist of color and graphics, autodidact, she designs and operates on the sculptures, on the modeling research carried out by and her husband.
The fruits of their collaboration are the output Artheline signature. Renowned for their colourful and bright works, Artheline celebrates art through bringing gentle roundness and sensual forms with amusement – for the purpose of providing the public with joy, pleasure, cheerfulness and optimism.
In 2015, Arnaud presented in Singapore at the Alliance Française and at the Fullerton Hotel the world premiere of a groundbreaking twin exhibition on The Little Prince, commissioned by the Antoine de Saint- Exupéry foundation for the youth. The exhibition travelled to Hong Kong and was presented at Pacific Place in December 2015. Artheline also presented in 2015 a comprehensive Hippop’ exhibition at the Swissotel in Bangkok and then at the Fullerton and Fullerton Bay Hotels in Singapore.
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