Once again the small village of Albas hosts its annual L’Art Caché or Hidden Art. I’ve been attending for four years now and bring back photos to share with you. This is my favourite of the local art exhibits and I look forward to it long before it comes. I do hope that you find something that appeals to you among what I have here. I include the artists names, email address and/or website as available. Do yourself a favour and stop by the different artists and see what is on their sites. They have so much more to offer than what is represented here. The exhibition is brought to you by EUROCULTURE and it is one of the many events they stage and support all year.
You can reach Marie by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit her website at marieheleneroger.com.
For those of you who have not see the previous years of this exhibit, let me just say that the reason it is called L’Art Caché or Hidden Art is because the work and the artists are set up all about the village in private courtyards, barns, vacant houses and it changes each year. Marie, above, has her work installed in the little stone bus shelter.
“Pure and simple volumes, emancipated forms. A sculpture that reveals all sides, changing, both stable and moving. A sculpture that is touched, caressed.” – Jacques Duault
Jacques keeps the lines simple, natural so that the marble can speak. I don’t know about you but I’ve never seen marble such as the one just above.
Please stop by Jacques website: jacquesduault.com or email him at email@example.com.
From 1881 to the Present, Anne has created her sculptures to represent achievements for women to cover the late 19th century, the 20th century and on to today. Please stop by Anne’s website at annesarda.com. There you can also find links to her nature work, photography and works with wood.
Please stop by Marie-Hélène’s website and see what she has in store for you at: peinture.cacanague.fr
While I had planned more photos for this post. For some reason WP is not letting me download more photos. However, there are many more and various artists that I am still anxious to share. I do hope you will return for Part II of this delightful exhibition. Also feel free to stop by the website for Eurocultures who are responsible for bringing us this work. Visit eurocultures.fr