Beech Leaves: Exhibition at – chez Art Brûlant

Although there is always art on the walls here at Art Brûlant we haven’t had any ‘official’ exhibits for a little while. Take that word ‘official’ with a bit of tongue-in-cheek please.

Beech Leaves

An exhibit of recent works by

Raymond Sander-Regier

(Me)

Works on paper, lithography, wax and canvas

Opening Day: March 3rd, 2017

Please note there will not be an official “Vernissage”

This exhibit will run…….until I decide to take it down

For the longest time I have been fascinated by the fact that Beech trees, especially the younger ones, retain their leaves in the winter. Gold to bronze visions in a white and grey landscape.

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Bien qu’il y ait toujours de l’art sur les murs ici à Art Brûlant nous n’avons pas eu des expositions «officielles» pour un petit moment.

Feuilles de hêtre

Une exposition d’œuvres récentes de

Raymond Sander-Regier

(Moi)

Travaux sur papier, lithographie, cire et toile

Ouverture: 3 mars 2017

Il ne sera pas un  “Vernissage” officiel

Cette exposition se déroulera ……. jusqu’à ce que je décide de le prendre vers le bas

Pendant longtemps, j’ai été fasciné par le fait que les hêtres, surtout les plus jeunes, conservent leurs feuilles en hiver. Visions or à bronze dans un paysage blanc et gris.

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About Art Brûlant

Artist and Coffee Roaster who likes the outdoors, cycling and fly fishing and also operates "Art Brûlant" a coffee place with space for Art.
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