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From Friday February 12 to Monday March 29 | TROUVILLE-SUR-MER
Feeling ART Gallery

Feeling Art Gallery

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11: 00 - 13: 00 / 15: 00 - 18: 00

Paintings by Philippe Beillet Le Béhérec, Olivier Le Nan and Alain Ponçon
Sculptures by Philippe Pousset
Ceramics by Mathilde Le Mancq

Grand Prix of the Salon de Garches in 1965 and a graduate of the Beaux-Arts de Versailles, Philippe de Garches le Béhérec, painter and key figure of Granville, presents on the Cimaises of the Gallery works that are surprising, moving and simple at the same time . His oils on canvas revisit with talent and fervor the D-Day landing beaches with his series “Remember”. Planted between sky and sea, between rock and wave, the barges of the Allied landing, these derisory steel giants, icy, wet, insolent or brave broken, tell a page of history. It's not just a history lesson, it's also a poetic journey.

Olivier Le Nan lives in Niort. He is originally from Brittany and graduated from Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux. With his dreamlike canvases in warm colors, Olivier Le Nan takes us on a trip to the land of his dreams. Whether it takes the form of an anthropomorphic rock, a blond Little Prince with a nose in the wind or a mysterious Marquise des dunes, all this is always very soft.

Alain Ponçon lives in Saint Maur sur le Loir. The art critic journalist Luis Porquet tells us about his works: “The eye is spontaneously captured by the vigor and daring of Alain Ponçon's palette; his universe, a priori full of gaiety and crackling with fantasy, nevertheless seems haunted by a strange nostalgia, that perhaps of a bygone world? "

Cabinetmaker by training, Philippe Pousset, always in search of fluidity and simplicity, draws and sculpts wood using gouge chisels or a chainsaw. The inspiration is born from his gaze focused on this rich nature: wear and tear, wrinkles in human and animal skin, the random work of fire and the passing of time, feminine curves, or tribal art also make part of his sources of inspiration.

Mathilde Le Mancq, as talented as she is original, this young woman offers us a playful and inventive facet of contemporary ceramics. Cubes, vases or large basins, its multi-faceted and multicolored pieces are as many assemblies of decorative patchwork plates, puzzle pieces with geometric patterns or relief pieces with or without enamel work. A universe that surprises and seduces.

The gallery is open every day during school holidays from 11 a.m. to 13 p.m. and from 15 p.m. to 18 p.m. and from 11 a.m. to 13 p.m. on Sundays.

Feeling ART Gallery 2 Rue Victor Hugo

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