A professional artist
Sylvie Rabussier is a professional artist. Graduated from the École Supérieure Duperré, which she majored in, she continued her studies at the mosaic school of Spilimbergo (Italy), then by university studies in plastic arts at La Sorbonne-Paris I. She also obtained the CAPES in plastic arts and applied arts (major). In 1982, she won the Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet Vocation Foundation prize under the patronage of His Majesty King Baudouin of Belgium, presented by Gérald Van der Kemp, member of the institute and heritage curator.
Alongside her personal artistic research, she successfully participated in numerous competitions and public commission projects from 1982 to the present day. She thus creates monumental works for various French administrations and communities.
This creativity was rewarded in 1995 with the Jean des Vignes Rouges Prize from the Academy of Versailles, Yvelines and the Île-de-France Region, crowning an already rich and recognized career.
For more than 40 years now, she has also given courses in mosaic, drawing, painting and art history in her studio. Sylvie Rabussier has designed and produced numerous cultural mediations within the framework of municipal policy.
The Atelier Sylvie Rabussier, under its aegis, participates in numerous artistic and cultural events. This effervescence illustrates the transmission of know-how offered by Sylvie Rabussier.