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Née en 1963 à Bourges, Véronique Brosset a évolué toute son enfance dans un environnement familial où pinceaux, crayons de couleur, spatules et peintures sont omniprésents.

Véronique Brosset was born in 1963 in Bourges and has evolved all her childhood in a familial environment in which brushes, crayons, spatulas and paintings were omnipresent.

After a literary baccalauréat, she chose to study visual communication and got her degree at the University of Modern Arts in Paris. The world of communication welcomed her and after several years of working as a computer graphics artist in an advertising agency, she started to be frustrated by digital technology. She felt the need to make up with material again, she missed the tools and the smells of painting, she was left unsatisfied by the short-lived aspect of her work. An urge to authenticity. Freedom of expression to be found.

She practises a painting characterized by a vigorous, lively movement. A movement which declines relentlessly the search of the self, the connection to childhood in her abstract and colored paintings. She compares the way she paints with an inner combat, a desire to share her emotions.
Her body movements are accompanied by brushes, spatulas and palette knives in which softness and violence are intertwined. Colors and material are worked even distorted and become friendly to her expression.

Véronique Brosset lives and works in Dévillac, Lot-et-Garonne.


I am a silent woman, voraciously in love with nature who goes her pictorial way through the distorting lens of childhood emotions.

De-picturing this magic universe where everything was only about intensity, wonder, the innocence of senses and imagination.

Nothing is wise or brooded or reasonable.

I relentlessly explore the sheens of past which are pure and intact in my memory. I move from one memory to another one without formula. I draw my inspiration from this effervescence to get back to carefreeness.

I express this journey with a very often wide, open and lively gesture as well as bold colors which are free on the painting.
My painting is seldom premeditated. Abstraction and figurative suggestion are obvious to me in order to recall feelings until the harmony I’m looking for comes out.

I keep on following this thread : a painting in its natural state such as children’s experiences to invite us to a free interpretation.

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