L’Art Caché Albas 2015 part II

As I mentioned in the last post, I have returned to share more from the annual L’Art Caché from the charming little village of Albas.

Sylvaine Martel can be found at: http://funambule.e-monsite.com This is not her first year at L’Art Caché and I must admit to staying in this courtyard longer than any of the others. If you would care to see some of her work from last year, here is the link: https://foundinfrance.wordpress.com/2014/07/13/lart-cache-2/  By taking a look at last years exhibit as well as this one you will get an idea of the versatility at her disposal.

Sylvaine Martel #1
Sylvaine Martel #1
Sylvaine Martel #2
Sylvaine Martel #2
Sylvaine Martel #3
Sylvaine Martel #3
Sylvaine Martel #4
Sylvaine Martel #4
Sylvaine Martel #5
Sylvaine Martel #5
Sylvaine Martel #6
Sylvaine Martel #6

#6 is the little girl dressed up, she thinks, like mom. I do love these little figures but no doubt you have noticed.

Sylvaine Martel #7
Sylvaine Martel #7
Sylvaine Martel #8
Sylvaine Martel #8

While there were a few more photos, I seem to be unable to post them as my browser keeps quitting on me when I attempt to add certain photos.  Have no fear, there are other works to share.

Michel Jacucha stands over a blazing fire melting the metals with which he creates.  Here is Michel’s information:

Michel Jacucha #1
Michel Jacucha #1
Michel Jacucha - Sculpteur
Michel Jacucha – Sculpteur
Michel Jacucha #2
Michel Jacucha #2
Michel Jacucha #3
Michel Jacucha #3
Michel Jacucha #4
Michel Jacucha #4
Nina Kleivan #1
Fabienne Laheurte #1
Fabienne Laheuret #2
Fabienne Laheuret #2
Fabienne Laheurte #3
Fabienne Laheurte #3

For more information regarding Fabienne’s work, you can contact the artist at fabienne.bernasconi@wanadoo.fr

SAIREO #1
SAIREO #1

More of SAIREO’s work is available through http://www.art-saireo.com, flickr.com/photos/saireo or you can email him directly at saireo54@orange.fr

SAIREO #2
SAIREO #2
A ho
Maison

The above house was not officially part of the art show. However, I was unable to resist taking a photo (or three…) and sharing it. When you venture off the beaten track in France, you never know what treasures you will discover. Is it any wonder that art thrives here and that every corner is an inspiration?

Before closing, I would like to apologise to both the artists and readers. Due to computer issues, there were many photos I was unable to post. I do hope you will forgive me.

Bisous,

Léa

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24 thoughts on “L’Art Caché Albas 2015 part II

    1. Polly, now you see why I couldn’t do just one post… 🙂 Yes, while not part of the show, I found the crayon house irresistible! :))

  1. Another fascinating glimpse into French life Lea. I love the piece with the girl on the sheep. And those coloured pencils! Although not part of the exhibits they are great! 😄 xxx

    1. I love the girl on the sheep but even more the one with her ears covered. Unfortunately some of the others, I was unable to post. I really look forward to this show each year. I agree totally with the pencil fence. 🙂 xxx

  2. Those figures are very eye catching, I like the Sylvaine Martel #8 best because it is also a bit more introverted and would blend in well with the background but still be so eye-catching when spotted. Cheers to a great week!

    1. Ah, I did love Sylvaine’s figures. Actually there were more of these that I was unable to post. All in all, a wonderful time spent exploring the hidden parts of Albas and art. Thank you for your generous comments.

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