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.
#6 is the little girl dressed up, she thinks, like mom. I do love these little figures but no doubt you have noticed.
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:
For more information regarding Fabienne’s work, you can contact the artist at firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
This is the third year in a row that I have attended the Albas “hidden art” festival and each time there are new and exciting works to view. The village is small and surrounded by vineyards. There are numerous sheep in the area as well. The village itself is filled with charming old stone houses, gardens, stone walls and barns. Within this maze are the treasures we come to see. Upon arrival you are given a map to guide yourself from one exhibit to the next. Along the paths you will find brightly coloured markings to help you along the way.
Pernelle Maegaard – email@example.com or pernelle.maegaard.dk
The flowers above and sculptures below are the work of Sylvaine Martel. To contact the artist and/or view more of her work: firstname.lastname@example.org – funambule.e-monsite.com
Where possible, I have included the name of the artist and contact information. Unfortunately, there were a number of exhibits without the artist nearby and no sign, cards, handouts or other means to identify. I do apologise for this lapse in available information.