L’Art Caché trois – 2018

If the last two posts haven’t inspired you, perhaps you will find something here?


Antoine Bonnet creates in wood, stone and earth. Please visit his website and learn more.  http://www.antoine-bonnet.com/



Oana Damman is one local artist that I have had the pleasure of meeting a number of times over the years. She is inspired by the works of Van Gogh, Cézanne and Chagall. Please take a few moments and visit her website: oana-damman.com You won’t be disappointed.





Jacques Duault graciously allowed me to photograph his work. Alas, he himself does not care to be photographed. A position I respect and share. Please visit his site: http://jacquesduault.com/



Gerard Engels is hard at work and grateful for a small amount of shade as it is a very warm morning and the full summer heat is upon us. Alas, there is no website for monsieur Engels. He does offer an email address: gerard.engels@hotmail.com or you could direct questions about him or any of the artists by contacting the gracious hosts at Eurocultures.  https://eurocultures.fr/   You will also find a calendar for upcoming events and information should you want to be included in this event next year or any of their other projects. 



Albas is such a charming and tranquile village. However, when they put on an exhibition or other event they do themselves proud. Before signing off today, I will share a few more photos from my wandering about. 



Even the smallest village will have a foyer for indoor events and an outdoor space such as the one above. You don’t see it in this photo but there is a small, shed/kitchen to the left and to the right a large concrete circle often used for dancing under the stars, village feasts… 


There are still photos and artists to be shared. There will be one more in this series and I thank you for joining me.




26 thoughts on “L’Art Caché trois – 2018

    1. That would be lovely! It is always the first weekend in July so you have plenty of time to plan. Next week part four. If you didn’t see part one, you might really enjoy Michel’s paintings. They remind me of the films of the late, great Jacques Tati. 🙂

    1. As would I Polly! While it wasn’t really part of the exhibit, it is certainly part of this darling little village. Perhaps next year you will join in? There is usually at least one poet there with their books… 🙂 x

      1. There is nothing to be sorry for. It is very generous. There is a small note on the blogs but perhaps I need to find another way? I noticed someone had a larger button/icon recently which stood out.

    1. I try to include the artists in the photos. Yet, I must respect their wishes. Perhaps next year you will be? I would be happy to show you around. 🙂

  1. The art was beautiful and inspiring to see. Thank you for taking the photos. It reminded me very much of my visit with you several years ago. Love, David

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s