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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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.