Born in 1969 in Brittany, Wilfrid Moizan is an experienced painter inspired by the entanglement of bodies (human figures and objects) and spaces. Wilfred draws from a broader inquiry into memory, lost time, and the fragility of existence, themes he cleverly weaves into his portrait and landscape paintings.
Wilfred Moizan’s Early Career and Artistic Practice
Drawn to the interaction between people and things and the space they inhabit, Wilfred creates intriguing painterly narratives of absence, disappearance, and discovery. His figurative works demonstrate a mature artistic sensibility, developed during his time studying Fine Art and Art History in Rennes and as an art teacher in Normandy, Guadeloupe, and Saint-Martin, French West Indies.
Exhibitions and Collections
You can find Wilfred’s works in collections worldwide, from the USA, England, Germany, and France, to Canada, India, Australia, the Caribbean, Switzerland, and Monaco. He has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in France, Guadeloupe, and the USA.