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Public art in France

Posted on March 30, 2019 at 4:50 PM

Today, was the inaugration of the renovated city hall  of Isigny Le Buat, a commune des Communautes du Mont Saint-Michel, in France.

I was born in this small village in Normandy, France. My father has been the lawyer for this village for 30 years and has known everybody and every  inch of it. 

My mom still lives there. 

In the center of the village sits an old chapel, built in 1574  and renovated in 1986. It is with the Town Hall and the schools the heart of the town.

Two years ago, I promised I would create a painting for te new Town Hall. I decided to paint the Chapel.

Today, it sits in the Salon d'Honneur. And I am honored for the opportunity.




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