Anne Plaisance

Anne Plaisance

PlaisanceAnne Plaisance, a French visual artist, mixes various techniques (collages, sketches, watercolors, oil painting, drawing, sculptures, installations, travel diaries, video). The subject-matter of her works is focused mainly on women in society, memories, and criticism of the consumerist society. For the CSArt project, Anne is calling attention to the issue homeless women through and will interview and draw portraits of members in this community. The undeniable aesthetic qualities of her artworks are contrasted with the brutality of the message they convey, thus confusing and questioning the viewer (e.g. In Memoriam, The Tears Collection). She has taken part in more than sixty exhibitions in Poland, France, Germany, Lithuania, Egypt, and in the USA. Her works can be found in the Brooklyn Art Library in New York (USA), but also in private collections in France, Great Britain, Switzerland, Belgium, Japan, and Poland, among others. She received several prizes (Carleton Goff Award at the Providence Art Club National Juried Exhibition: color, Juror Award, Art League Rhode Island Associate member Annual Exhibition at Warwick Art Museum, etc..). anneplaisance.com