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Exposition à la Chapelle Saint-Michel

Journées du Patrimoine (National Heritage Days), Exhibition in Questembert
  • On the occasion of the European Heritage Days, two painters are exhibiting at the Chapelle Saint-Michel.

  • Sylvie LARVOR: A native of the seaside in Finistère, she has lived in Locminé for more than 30 years. Morbihan is rich in heritage, in varied graphics through its landscapes, its ancient monuments. In painting, it tells a story, an experience, a sensitivity (notably about the movements of the sea), a meaning. She associates it with her environment. “Each time, it's an adventure, where I observe, listen, search for information, define an atmosphere, choose colors, thus drawing the thread of a...
    Sylvie LARVOR: A native of the seaside in Finistère, she has lived in Locminé for more than 30 years. Morbihan is rich in heritage, in varied graphics through its landscapes, its ancient monuments. In painting, it tells a story, an experience, a sensitivity (notably about the movements of the sea), a meaning. She associates it with her environment. “Each time, it's an adventure, where I observe, listen, search for information, define an atmosphere, choose colors, thus drawing the thread of a story. I thus experience adventures which are expressed at the end of my brushes.” She will be accompanied by some of her students. Aline DRAPEAU: Aline DRAPEAU was born in 1964 in Grenoble. With secondary literary and artistic training, Adeline turned to the Tarbes Art School. She then joined the Ecole Supérieure des Beaux Arts in Montpellier where she benefited from the teaching of Masters such as Daniel DELEUZE and Vincent BIOULES. It was thanks to Jean Louis BEAUDONNET, artist and teacher of colors, that she became aware of the incredible power of colors. She has taught Visual Arts in different institutions and carried out various communication work for companies. Today, she lives and works in Brittany (“Aline’s workshop” in MOREAC) and has joined the many painters who love this very special Western light. She gives painting lessons and prepares students for the entrance exams to Art Schools. Today, she shows us very colorful work, where the subject is a wonderful pretext for her brushes to treat shapes and colors with great subtlety and sensuality. “Through abstraction and distance from the subject, man ends up forgetting where he comes from and the relationship he maintains with nature and his fellow human beings.” Organized by “Arts and culture Chapelle Saint-Michel”.
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