François Michel Beausoleil, born on August 21, 1963, in Montreal, Canada, is a renowned contemporary painter based in San Diego, California. His artistic journey unfolds through notable exhibitions at SD Art Advisory in California, Electric Storm Gallery in Montana, and Sophie’s Kensington Gallery in California, as well as international recognition at The Art Box Project 1.0 in Basel, Switzerland. Beausoleil's work has been collected by esteemed institutions such as Huya Bioscience International in San Diego, Lady M. Gillings in London and Las Vegas, Sir Dennis Gillings in Montreal, and Shino Bay Cosmetic Dermatology in Miami, along with various private collections worldwide.
As a contemporary painter, Beausoleil specializes in mixed media, with a distinctive technique involving wood panels adorned with alternating layers of resin and acrylic, oil paint, glitter that give is work a vivid 3d effect, and finished with Swarovski crystals. His art transcends traditional boundaries, exploring the concept of the Holographic Universe. Through his creations, Beausoleil invites viewers to contemplate the interconnectedness of time and space, emphasizing a simultaneous flow and introducing the concept of duality, where the properties of one entity define the characteristics of the other.
Beausoleil's artistic impact extends beyond individual pieces, manifesting in significant projects and series. Notably, "Famous Jewelry" serves as a profound exploration of humanity's fascination with beauty, radiance, and the masterful craftsmanship behind it. Furthermore, his series "Holographic Universe" delves into the human experience, intertwining the cosmic concept with an exploration of socio-political dimensions, making François Mitchell Beausoleil a distinguished figure in the contemporary art scene.