Sculpture demonstrations will take place throughout the summer at the Maison Prébendale in Saint-Pol-de-Léon

Sculpture demonstrations will take place throughout the summer at the Maison Prébendale in Saint-Pol-de-Léon
Sculpture demonstrations will take place throughout the summer at the Maison Prébendale in Saint-Pol-de-Léon

The opening of the exhibition dedicated to the sculptors of Brittany brought together the audience of the great days on Friday July 5th in the late morning at the Maison Prébendale in Saint-Pol-de-Léon. In the presence of the mayor, Stéphane Cloarec, Carole Autret, deputy for culture, recalled in the preamble how the exhibition is part of a sculpture biennial, the first of its kind in Saint-Pol.

24 artists and demonstrations

The celebration of sculpture in all its diversity is illustrated by the participation of 24 artists who invite you to discover their works until September 22, of all sizes and on supports as diverse as wood, earth, metal, cast iron, porcelain, granite, etc. Demonstrations by the artists will accompany the exhibition. Among other dates to remember now, Jean-Yves Gestin will offer a demonstration of working on metal on July 20 and 21; Xtophe will also work in front of the public on August 10 and 11. Denis Derrien will sculpt wood live on September 21 and 22 during the European Heritage Days weekend. The list of demonstrations will certainly grow between now and then.

Departmental president of the association of Sculptors of Brittany, Janine Le Camm recalled that this collective owes its creation in 1989 to Roger Joncourt, whose statue adorns the garden of the bishopric, and Morley Troman. Today, it brings together 80 artists from the five departments of historic Brittany. “They like to work alone in their studio,” she concluded. “But they also need the perspective of others.”

Practical

Maison Prébendale. Open every day, except Thursday, from 2:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Free admission.

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