May 1 to June 30
from May 1st to May 5th open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 6pm * and Sunday from 10am to 1pm from May 6th to 31st: from Wednesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm * from June 1st to 30th: from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 19h *, (open Monday, June 10 for Pentecost) * closed between 1:30 pm and 2:30 pm
The Pot on the Back
The month of May is here and a new season of temporary exhibitions opens at the Pot à l'Envers in Moissac. For this first period which will last until June 30, the associative shop welcomes Magalie Manchette, ceramist installed in Sainte Eulalie d'Olt in Aveyron. She will present her last pieces, utilitarian objects turned in porcelain; she chose this land for its complexity and character, its finesse and whiteness: an ideal support to accommodate his decorations very personal style that once discovered is recognized at first glance.
She will be accompanied during these two months of exhibition by Christophe de Bellefroid, guest of the association Terres Neuves du Sud-Ouest. Installed in Toulouse, he models the clay which will then be painted with a brush, hand-enamelled, encrusted or engraved at times and finally glazed with enamels based on various ashes. Unique pieces to discover!
Posted by Terres Neuves du Sud Ouest
The Pot on the Backside, Moissac
1, place Durand de Bredon
Tel: 05 63 39 82 51
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