Agathe Bouton

"Cabin I," 2017
"Cabin I," 2017

monoprint on archival paper, 18"x25", $1,200

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"In-Between I," 2016
"In-Between I," 2016

monoprint on archival paper, 19.25"x27.5", $1,600

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"Future III," 2017
"Future III," 2017

monoprint on archival paper, 18"x25", $1,200

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"Architecture IX," 2017
"Architecture IX," 2017

monoprint on archival paper, 27.5"x19.25", $1,600

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"Burmese Days XXII," 2007
"Burmese Days XXII," 2007

woodblock and monoprint on stretched cotton, 31.5"x31.5", $2,800

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"Winter Solstice I," 2020, in collaboration with Deirdre Murphy
"Winter Solstice I," 2020, in collaboration with Deirdre Murphy

monoprint with acrylic paint on paper, framed to 12"x12". Sold

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"Autumn Equinox I," 2021, in collaboration with Deirdre Murphy
"Autumn Equinox I," 2021, in collaboration with Deirdre Murphy

monoprint with acrylic paint on paper, 17"x11.5", $800

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"Autumn Equinox II," 2021, in collaboration with Deirdre Murphy
"Autumn Equinox II," 2021, in collaboration with Deirdre Murphy

monoprint with acrylic paint on paper, 11"x11", $800

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"Autumn Equinox III," 2021, in collaboration with Deirdre Murphy
"Autumn Equinox III," 2021, in collaboration with Deirdre Murphy

monoprint with acrylic paint, 11"x11", "$800

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Agathe Bouton is a French artist living and working in the Philadelphia area whose boundary-pushing printmaking and paper works exhibit influence from living and working in international cities across the globe.  Bouton earned her BFA in Painting and Printmaking and her MFA in Arts and Textile Design from the prestigious ESSAA Duperré in Paris, France.  Since leaving Paris 15 years ago, Bouton has lived and exhibited her work internationally in Paris (France), London (UK), Philadelphia (USA), Rangoon (Burma/Myanmar), Abidjan (Ivory Coast), Dakar (Senegal) and Istanbul (Turkey).  She has presented solo exhibitions at the Biennale de l’Art Africain Contemporain in Dakar, Senegal; Rathaus House in Waldbrol, Germany; Centre d’Arts Plastiques Albert Chanot in Clamart, France; Bundaberg Art Centre in Bundaberg, Australia; Galerie Od’A in Istanbul, Turkey; River Gallery in Yangon, Burma/Myanmar; and the Bettie Morton Gallery in London, UK. She is represented by Stanek Gallery (Philadelphia) and Galerie Martine Namy-Caulier ( Paris, France).

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