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CLAUDE BOLDUC, a French Canadian self taught artist, was born in 1955.

In 1987 Claude started painting (while being a postman) using his own ideas on social and political topics. His work is of such a personal nature that it evokes both humour and contemplative study. He draws most of his inspiration from the source of his own impulses, which allows him to dare to paint his outlandish narrative works, yet the palette of bright and strong colours convey a clear statement.

Living in Geneva, Switzerland I since 1997 has allowed the artist to continue to paint and forge his image further into a personal symbolic space. His exuberant expression of a mysterious vision is transmitted to the viewer…and allows each to share a momentary look into this very complex and volatile life.

Claude Bolduc has exhibited in Canada, United States, as well as Paris, Berlin and London.

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