Bos Eric Artist artworks for sale
Artist: Bos Eric
Live in: Saint Pierre des Echaubrognes, France
Artworks for sale: 10.00
Bos Eric Artist Bio:
Learn about Happiness (Gérard Forche) When I first met bos’ work, I was immediately excited about it, stunned by the intact and sophisticated childishness of his drawing line. The candour, the startling discovering of joy, communicative, monumentally orchestrated, to fuel emotion and intelligence. His paintings bring us back to lightness, to the freshness of soul, to pleasure rediscovering, to spontaneous and beautiful joy, but allows us to access the state of grace, a sudden understanding of the world, of the human life and of its importance. A pictural process undeniably and inherently optimistic. « life is beautiful » and bos proves with a noticeable simplicity, accuracy and a bewildering genius … obvious! Life only seems to be aimed at gathering all of us in wonder, in a fusional contemplation, where everyone smile would contribute to the signature of this huge collective art-work. Bos plays with the art of painting to make it more bookish. His line behave similarly to a writing, like in an open book where every single word and sentence has been soften, protected by color. Once again, all topics are covered with jubilation, fantasy, free of any sort of neglection, substances, existential torpors. It is about retaining only the essential, which includes what is beyond us, what makes us move forward and believe in life. An extraordinary aspiration, rare, for an indisputable result, deeply moving in its humanity, generosity, sincerity and humility; a series of adjectives paid to its creator, an irresistible and unusual character, as with his little guys, always in a good mood, having a positive attitude and being funny. All of this is fabulously linked together, the author is not cheating, his canvas are made of pieces of him and also conversely; to the point where, only a few seconds after i met him, i asked myself if his back was also equipped with a little hook! Always impressed and confused by praises, I can see in bos a very, very bright future, worthy of the greatest artists, the one who invented hope.