Friday, 30 August 2013 14:20

Surfaces and Depths

Solo exhibition in Brittany of Co Clare Artist Sara Foust.

Exhibition celebrates 21 years of twinning between Lahinch and Arzon.

Paintings depict Co Clare coastline and fishing port of Liscannor.

“Surfaces and Depths”, An exhibition of new paintings by Co Clare artist Sara Foust will be launched on 6 September in Arzon, Brittany, France. The paintings capture the changeable moods of the Atlantic as it breaks on Ireland’s western shore and the boats of the independent fishermen of Liscannor.

This exhibition celebrates 21 years of the twinning of Lahinch, Co Clare with Arzon, Brittany.  The two communities have grown close over the decades and this exhibition emphasizes the maritime culture they share in addition to their celtic links.

The gallery, Moulin de Pencastel, is an ancient mill located on the Gulf of Morbihan, on the Rhuys peninsula. The building has been converted to a gallery and is modeled on the successful Courthouse Gallery and Studios in Ennistymon, Co Clare.

‘Surfaces and Depths’, artist Sara Foust’s exhibition of paintings, will be launched by Arzon Mayor Gérard Labove at a reception hosted by the Arzon-Lahinch Twinning committee on 6 September.  The exhibition will run from 6 September to 28 September 2013 at the gallery Moulin de Pencastel in Arzon, Brittany, France.

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