Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Sculptor Arnaud Nazare-Aga talks about his quest to spread happiness

Mark Knowles
Arnaud Nazare-Aga's signature style is defined by sensual curves and a gentle roundness. His vivacious works often elicit amusement, smiles and laughter from those who view it and also offer an insight into Arnaud’s joyful philosophy of art and life. "I began my work as an artist aged 18 by building Buddhist temples, as well as sculptures representing Buddha or deities of Tibetan Buddhism."Born in Paris in 1965, Arnaud received architectural art training while being educated at a Buddhist community in Burgundy. Later in life Arnaud embarked on a life-changing artistic journey and established the PAJ’Art Studio in Bangkok. The Phuket News recently spoke to Arnaud about his life and work, his influences and his lifelong quest to spread joy through art. [More]
Arnaud Nazare-Aga and some of his sculptures on exhibition at Kata Rocks until April 28. Photo: Supplied.