Antoinette Rozan, born in 1970, comes from a lineage of five generations of artists, engravers,sculptors and architects.After a career in luxury sales in France and Hong Kong, she discovered her passion and what gives her freedom: sculpting in clay or plaster, plying metal, letting herself go and guiding herself by the medium itself to create shapes. A real paradox for an artist that can see only out of one eye!
She focuses her research on energy, movement, the mystery of matter that creates illusions: bronze seems to be light, a face hides another, there is balance where it would seem impossible…
This artist invites us to share the field of possibilities. Her creativity shows us how life is movement. After living in Hong Kong for ten years, she developed a sensibility to the spiritual way of thinking that is customary in Asia.
The sculptor’s work has been commissioned by private collectors, public and private organisations, associations and companies. She’s created works as different as portraits, memorials, trophies, monumental sculptures and original works for her patrons. Antoinette Rozan likes the challenge of putting her creativity to use and creating art that adapts either to a strict demand or having the freedom of creation.
4 to 1 heart :
Love can help in lifting the paradox that comes from loneliness, separation.
Each of the characters is linked through the Alpha and the Omega in movement. We are each called, "linked" through the source of life, which is Love.
1 drawing "cut" into 4, a number that carries the symbols of union, family, Earth, Root of all things, the double duality, the cardinal points, strength...
N°1 from "4 to 1 Heart", Hong Kong 2019, Chinese Ink and Red Ink on paper, 10.000 HKD
N°3 from "4 to 1 Heart", Hong Kong 2019, Chinese Ink and Red Ink on paper, 10.000 HKD
N°2 from "4 to 1 Heart", Hong Kong 2019, Chinese Ink and Red Ink on paper, 10.000 HKD
N°4 from "4 to 1 Heart", Hong Kong 2019, Chinese Ink and Red Ink on paper, 10.000 HKD
4 2 1 , 4 to 1 Heart, Hong Kong 2019, Chinese Ink and Red Ink on paper, 110 x 140 cm, Total Artwork from 4 separate artworks - 33.000 HKD