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Summer 2014

This lady went to to the seaside this summer.
Perfect place and moment to enjoy an ice cream...

She made lots of friends...

All the way to America

Since 2008 the work of Véronique Clamot is on permanent display in the Eisenhauer Gallery in Edgartown, Massachusetts, USA.
Edgartown is a lovely little town located on Martha's Vineyard, an island off the east coast of America, south of Cape Cod.
Martha's Vineyard was once known for its whaling and for being the home to one of the earliest known deaf communities in the United States.
Nowadays the island, famous for its pleasant climate, beautiful beaches and the three magnificent lighthouses, is far-famed as a summer resort for the well-off.

The Eisenhauer Gallery represents local and international artists: painters, sculptors and jewellery designers.

The Baigneuses by Véronique Clamot make their journey to the other side of the ocean, carefully packed and firmly anchored in solid wooden crates.
Yet it is an exciting venture again and again.

May - June 2015 • Marc Aksakow • Framing Gallery (Brussels)

Framing Gallery

Bronze sculptures, drawings & watercolours by Marc Aksakow

OPEN : 
Tuesday until Friday from 10.00 - 13.00 & 14.00 - 18.30
Saturday from 11.00 - 17.00

29/04/2015 - 27/06/2015

150 rue Washington
1050 Brussels

How to cast a Bronze

 www.artcasting.be

Marc's and Véronique's sculptures are casted by the well known art foundry Art Casting in Oudenaarde.
As one of the first foundries (a real pioneer) in Europe, Art Casting recognized the qualities and invested in the lost wax with ceramic shell method.
Since the ceramic molds are porous, it is no longer necessary to place air vents. The texture of the work is thus perfectly respected.

Visit www.artcasting.be to learn more

Osbert & autres Historiettes

The sometimes tragic, sometimes wacky bestiary 'Osbert & other stories' by Christopher presents a gallery of animals endowed with speech and a keen sense of observation: a very ironic rodent, a refined gentlecat, a bulldog working for the British secret services , an apartment-bear and a sparrow called Deux Magots . From Paris to London, via Oxford and Brussels, these animals help us to understand the peculiar species known as the pet humans.

At the seaside

The tiny "baigneuses" in bronze by Véronique Clamot, sculpted with loads of appetite,
feel absolutely comfortable with their round forms.
They display a realism drenched in universal thruth.

Sharp observations, brought to life by the skillful hands of the artist using the traditional lost wax method.

Chantal Elshout (Galerie Tempera - feb. 2000)

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