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'Wantok' – An Exhibition of Paintings by Guy Roussille

French Artist Guy Roussille Exhibit at Bali's Museum Pasifika April 10-17, 2010.


Bali News: Guy Roussille, Museum Pasifika, Popo Danes
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(4/7/2010)

Spreading his time between Mexico and France, French artists Guy Roussille was born in the village of Troubadours and Gascoigne Poets – Castelculier.

A proficient painter by the age of 10, Roussille has dedicated his life to art, shifting effortlessly between the mediums of painting, sculpting and poetry. Guy Roussille draws his inspiration from the essence of nature, continually traveling the world in search of new experiences.

Along the way, Guy has been smitten by many of the stops along life's journey. He likes the Americas, moving to Mexico in 1979, where he lives in the "valle de bravo." His life's journey in search of inspiration has taken him from boating down the Amazon to living in the shadows of a primeval tropical volcano.

One of his poems aptly describes Guy's life, "born a sedentary nomad laughing to flow into moving things."

Guy Roussille formally studied painting and architecture at the Beaux Art in Paris. Fearless in the pursuit of art, Guy's mysterious translation of soul and spirit into works of art takes place via a process that surprises even the artists.

Guy Roussille's journey continues with recent stops in the Amazon, Galapagos Island, Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Pacific Island, Bali, Malaysia and Sarawak.

He has share his art in more than 70 solo exhibitions in 22 counties.

Museum Pasifika

Museum Pasifika is located within the Nusa Dua Complex of South Bali. Designed by Balinese architect Popo Danes, the museum's eight pavilions contain eleven exhibition rooms arranged around a central garden.

Museum Pasifika is home to a permanent collection of more than 400 paintings and 200 sculptures in addition to a program of special rotating exhibitions.

'Wantok' – An Exhibition of Paintings by Guy Roussille

Museum Pasifika – Nusa Dua Complex

April 10-17, 2010

Open Daily 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Admission to Guy Roussille Exhibition is Free

General Admission to Museum Rp. 60,000


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