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How soon can you put on an exhibition?

The subject of winning. The subject was « Le jardin de tous les plaisirs », organised by the Médiation projets et publics Service Culture – Ville de Gaillac. There was some social excitement here yesterday, in Gaillac to be more precise. The prize giving for the photographic competition Concours Photos 2015.

I've been framed!
I’ve been framed!

 

I had the pleasure of meeting most of the fellow competitors and the gallant crew who organised the event.

The winners
The winners

In was presented with a delightful book they gave me, « 365 Étincelles » by François Cassingena-Trevedy (ISBN 978-2-35631-072-9), of landscape photography.

I had the very rare pleasure of seeing one of my photographs looking very smart beautifully mounted and framed.

A bonus is a written invitation to exhibit for one month  “dans un lieu culturel de la ville de Gaillac avant fin 2016”.

I was asked ‘how soon can you put on an exhibition‘ ?

I’m a bit busy with my Bordeaux wine villages project however I have enough framed paintings for 3 exhibitions, what would you like, how many and when ?

We decided two of the staff will visit my studio & gallery in the very near future.

The staff also expressed an interest in my Bordeaux wine village project being applied to the Gaillac region.

The project is a transferable plan so yes was the answer.

Gaillac has never achieved the renown of Bordeaux.

Gaillac is remote beautiful area and country town very, ‘old SW France’ at the navigable head of the caprisious river Tarn.

I’d be very pleased to add a little luster via my work to enhance the reputation of Gaillac wines and Gaillac people.

That said, there are 13 th century records in the Tower of London stating ‘the king enjoyed the Gaillac and would like some more’.

That’s not a bad recommendation ?

 

 

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