Le Fleuve, 2019

acrylique sur bois, 120 x 160 cm (diptyque)

Les roseaux, 2019

acrylique sur bois, 120 x 160 cm (diptyque)

Mascaret, 2019

acrylique et terre cuite sur bois, faïence engobée

diamètre 55 cm

Reflex, 2016

acrylique aquarelle et encre de Chine sur papier bois

123 x 168 cm

Prismes, 2016

exposition Le vent souffle où il veut, Galerie Françoise Besson 2017

Prismes, 2016

technique mixte et collages sur papier, 59,4 x 42 cm

Prismes, 2016

technique mixte et collages sur papier, 59,4 x 42 cm

Exposition Panorama, 2015

sérigraphies sur bois

Panorama, 2015

sérigraphie sur bois (exemplaire unique), 92 x 77 cm

Panorama, 2015

sérigraphie sur bois (exemplaire unique), 92 x 77 cm

Panorama, 2015

sérigraphie sur bois (exemplaire unique)

92 x 77 cm

CMJN   2015  exposition à bords perdus, Galerie Françoise Besson 2016 (avec les sculptures de David Décamp et Mathieu le Breton)

CMJN, 2015

exposition a bords perdus 2016

acrylique, encre de Chine et collages sur papier bois, 168 x 123 cm

CMJN, 2015

exposition a bords perdus 2016

acrylique, encre de Chine et collages sur papier bois 147 x 180 cm

Série lithos, 2014

lithographie, technique mixte et collage sur papier (exemplaire unique) 45 x 32 cm

Série lithos, 2014

lithographie, technique mixte et collage sur papier (exemplaire unique) 45 x 32 cm

Série lithos, 2014

lithographie, technique mixte et collage sur papier (exemplaire unique) 44 x 34 cm

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Née en 1983 à Clermont-Ferrand. Vit et travaille à Oullins près de Lyon.
Pour Lise Roussel, la peinture est un acte, avant que d’être une oeuvre. Elle ne peint jamais d’après photographie, ni sur le motif : ainsi, le tableau naît de son propre mouvement, de sa propre nécessité. Afin de construire une image avec ses matériaux de prédilection que sont le papier et le bois, elle utilise différentes techniques picturales, mais aussi le collage, la sérigraphie ou la céramique.

Sur une ligne ténue entre abstraction et figuration, spontanéité et rigueur, ses oeuvres explorent la picturalité et célèbrent la couleur.

> Upstairs

Lise Roussel

Panorama

03 septembre > 08 octobre 2015

Lyon Biennial resonance
The works presented at the Galerie Françoise Besson were completed in April 2015 in the studio of the Lyon silkscreen artist Olivier Bral. This suite of 18 unique pieces silkscreened on wooden panels is a natural outcome of Lise Roussel’s practice of painting, collage and cutting. The energy has been multiplied tenfold while retaining an undeniable pictoriality. In order to make the best use of the possibilities offered by screen printing (surface quality, transparency or opacity of inks, brightness of colours, superimposition, duplication of motifs…) and to make it compatible with the stakes of Lise Roussel’s painting, this technique has been used here in many ways, from the most traditional to the most experimental. This project was carried out with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Communication.

> Upstairs

Lise Roussel

Panorama

03 septembre > 08 octobre 2015

Lyon Biennial resonance
The works presented at the Galerie Françoise Besson were completed in April 2015 in the studio of the Lyon silkscreen artist Olivier Bral. This suite of 18 unique pieces silkscreened on wooden panels is a natural outcome of Lise Roussel’s practice of painting, collage and cutting. The energy has been multiplied tenfold while retaining an undeniable pictoriality. In order to make the best use of the possibilities offered by screen printing (surface quality, transparency or opacity of inks, brightness of colours, superimposition, duplication of motifs…) and to make it compatible with the stakes of Lise Roussel’s painting, this technique has been used here in many ways, from the most traditional to the most experimental. This project was carried out with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Communication.

> Upstairs

Lise Roussel

Panorama

03 septembre > 08 octobre 2015

Lyon Biennial resonance
The works presented at the Galerie Françoise Besson were completed in April 2015 in the studio of the Lyon silkscreen artist Olivier Bral. This suite of 18 unique pieces silkscreened on wooden panels is a natural outcome of Lise Roussel’s practice of painting, collage and cutting. The energy has been multiplied tenfold while retaining an undeniable pictoriality. In order to make the best use of the possibilities offered by screen printing (surface quality, transparency or opacity of inks, brightness of colours, superimposition, duplication of motifs…) and to make it compatible with the stakes of Lise Roussel’s painting, this technique has been used here in many ways, from the most traditional to the most experimental. This project was carried out with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Communication.

> Upstairs

Lise Roussel

Panorama

03 septembre > 08 octobre 2015

Lyon Biennial resonance
The works presented at the Galerie Françoise Besson were completed in April 2015 in the studio of the Lyon silkscreen artist Olivier Bral. This suite of 18 unique pieces silkscreened on wooden panels is a natural outcome of Lise Roussel’s practice of painting, collage and cutting. The energy has been multiplied tenfold while retaining an undeniable pictoriality. In order to make the best use of the possibilities offered by screen printing (surface quality, transparency or opacity of inks, brightness of colours, superimposition, duplication of motifs…) and to make it compatible with the stakes of Lise Roussel’s painting, this technique has been used here in many ways, from the most traditional to the most experimental. This project was carried out with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Communication.

> Upstairs

Lise Roussel

Panorama

03 septembre > 08 octobre 2015

Lyon Biennial resonance
The works presented at the Galerie Françoise Besson were completed in April 2015 in the studio of the Lyon silkscreen artist Olivier Bral. This suite of 18 unique pieces silkscreened on wooden panels is a natural outcome of Lise Roussel’s practice of painting, collage and cutting. The energy has been multiplied tenfold while retaining an undeniable pictoriality. In order to make the best use of the possibilities offered by screen printing (surface quality, transparency or opacity of inks, brightness of colours, superimposition, duplication of motifs…) and to make it compatible with the stakes of Lise Roussel’s painting, this technique has been used here in many ways, from the most traditional to the most experimental. This project was carried out with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Communication.

> Upstairs

Lise Roussel

Panorama

03 septembre > 08 octobre 2015

Lyon Biennial resonance
The works presented at the Galerie Françoise Besson were completed in April 2015 in the studio of the Lyon silkscreen artist Olivier Bral. This suite of 18 unique pieces silkscreened on wooden panels is a natural outcome of Lise Roussel’s practice of painting, collage and cutting. The energy has been multiplied tenfold while retaining an undeniable pictoriality. In order to make the best use of the possibilities offered by screen printing (surface quality, transparency or opacity of inks, brightness of colours, superimposition, duplication of motifs…) and to make it compatible with the stakes of Lise Roussel’s painting, this technique has been used here in many ways, from the most traditional to the most experimental. This project was carried out with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Communication.

> Upstairs

Lise Roussel

Panorama

03 septembre > 08 octobre 2015

Lyon Biennial resonance
The works presented at the Galerie Françoise Besson were completed in April 2015 in the studio of the Lyon silkscreen artist Olivier Bral. This suite of 18 unique pieces silkscreened on wooden panels is a natural outcome of Lise Roussel’s practice of painting, collage and cutting. The energy has been multiplied tenfold while retaining an undeniable pictoriality. In order to make the best use of the possibilities offered by screen printing (surface quality, transparency or opacity of inks, brightness of colours, superimposition, duplication of motifs…) and to make it compatible with the stakes of Lise Roussel’s painting, this technique has been used here in many ways, from the most traditional to the most experimental. This project was carried out with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Communication.

> Upstairs

Lise Roussel

Panorama

03 septembre > 08 octobre 2015

Lyon Biennial resonance
The works presented at the Galerie Françoise Besson were completed in April 2015 in the studio of the Lyon silkscreen artist Olivier Bral. This suite of 18 unique pieces silkscreened on wooden panels is a natural outcome of Lise Roussel’s practice of painting, collage and cutting. The energy has been multiplied tenfold while retaining an undeniable pictoriality. In order to make the best use of the possibilities offered by screen printing (surface quality, transparency or opacity of inks, brightness of colours, superimposition, duplication of motifs…) and to make it compatible with the stakes of Lise Roussel’s painting, this technique has been used here in many ways, from the most traditional to the most experimental. This project was carried out with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Communication.

> Upstairs

Lise Roussel

Panorama

03 septembre > 08 octobre 2015

Lyon Biennial resonance
The works presented at the Galerie Françoise Besson were completed in April 2015 in the studio of the Lyon silkscreen artist Olivier Bral. This suite of 18 unique pieces silkscreened on wooden panels is a natural outcome of Lise Roussel’s practice of painting, collage and cutting. The energy has been multiplied tenfold while retaining an undeniable pictoriality. In order to make the best use of the possibilities offered by screen printing (surface quality, transparency or opacity of inks, brightness of colours, superimposition, duplication of motifs…) and to make it compatible with the stakes of Lise Roussel’s painting, this technique has been used here in many ways, from the most traditional to the most experimental. This project was carried out with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Communication.

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