Nicolas Moussette

“My art is inspired by tradition, as much for the style as for the use of materials (terracotta, enamel). However, my creations become contemporary through the mixing of new materials (like resin or fibre), the will to establish with the public a multidimensional sensory experience and my own questioning of landscape, more imaginary than real, and surely more politically committed than purely aesthetic




Cactus City, Terracotta, unique piece, 22x20x24 cm


Nicolas Moussette was born in 1972 into a family of French and Polish artists.  It is only after long and various studies (history, languages, international relations, environmental management) and a rich life of work experiences (from tourist guide or sales manager in Paris to photography studio manager in New York, humanitarian project manager in Bangladesh, reserve army officer in Kosovo, waste management data collector in London, flight manager in Africa…) that Nicolas realised his vocation is in art.


The Breach, Resin, limited ed.1/8 £2,400


Nicolas dedicated himself to art since 2011, when he established himself as a sculptor. Nicolas has exhibited works in Paris at le Grand Palais, the Carrousel du Louvre, having a permanent exhibition in Everarts Gallery until September 2014. He had pieces presented at Rossini Auction House, and participated in Paris 6th District Artists’ Workshops open doors. Nicolas also exhibited in France in art fairs and galleries in La Rochelle, St Cyr sur Loire, La Chartre sur le Loir and Dammarie, with a permanent exhibition at the Abbaye de la Clarté-Dieu. Mousette has been represented by Gabriel Fine Art gallery since October 2014 .