Bringing joy to the world
Artheline is the signature of artists Arnaud & Adeline Nazare-Aga. The artist couple’s inspired mission is to bring more joy to the public with their brightly-colored, round-shaped sculptures that everyone can relate to.
Born in 1965 in Paris, Arnaud Nazare-Aga developed since childhood a passion for modern sculpture and architecture, visiting museums with his parents. A trained plasterer -molder, educated in a Buddhist community in Burgundy where he remained 13 years, Arnaud designed the many carved decorations of the largest Buddhist temple in the West, the Temple of a Thousand Buddhas near Autun (France).
Adeline, was born in the northern Philippines in 1971. Passionate about floral art, she served as a florist in Paris and Antibes (France), before settling in Bangkok with her husband, where they set-up the workshop PAJ'Art. Cheerful artist of color and graphics, self-trained, Adeline designs and draws on the final sculptures and also on the models shaped for experimentation by Arnaud, always seeking to reinvent, experiment, and perfect his careful process.
The fruits of Adeline and Arnaud’s collaboration bear the Artheline signature. The forms are infused with gentle roundness and sensual lines.
The smooth, colorful works purposefully provide, joy, pleasure, amusement, cheerfulness and optimism to all who look at and touch them.
“Our work brings stars in the public eyes. We long to contribute to the universal search for happiness.” Artheline.
Their sculptures were exhibited in many galleries in Asia and Europe, as well as in many Art Fairs (Paris, Singapore, Hong Kong, etc). They just completed two very successful exhibitions in Singapore, one at the Fullerton Hotel the other at the Alliance française, featuring sculptures inspired by Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s “The Little Prince”.