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One Deux

La Caleche in Varetz

July 2014

 LAINVILLE Patrick, sculptor
http://patricklainville.fr

• LESPINASSE Bernard, painter, http://blespinasse.wix.com/leloi
• MAYNARD René, painter

http://farea.com/to/maynard
• VON MOHRENSCHILDT Christina, marquetry

http://www.xulokopos.fr
• MOUSSY Nadine, painter http://nadinemoussy.free.fr
• NEAL Patricia, painter

http://patricianeal.pagesperso-orange.fr
• REGNIER Dominique, sculptor

www.dominique-regnier.com
• SERGENT Odile, sculptor and painter

http://odilesergent.free.fr
• VOGEL Patrick, sculptor

http://www.p-vogel.com
• WILLIAMS Michael, sculptor and painter

http://michaelwilliams.atspace.cc

Winter truffle season opens this week in Le Lot. The villages of Lalbenque and Limogne will hold the first truffle markets of the winter season on Tuesday and Friday, respectively. 


Lalbenque's winter truffle market is held along its main street and takes place every Tuesday from the first week in December to the middle of March. The market opens at precisely 2:00 pm.


Limogne's market is held in the church square and takes place every Friday until the beginning of March. The market opens at precisely 10:30 am.

Featured Artists


• AMERY Leo, stained glass

http://www.leo-amery-vitrail.com
• BLIGNY Daniel, sculptor http://danielbligny.monsite-orange.fr
• CAYLA Christophe, sculptor http://christophe.cayla.pagesperso-orange.fr
• CLAIR Cyril, painter

http://www.cyrilclair.com
• CLISSON Michel, sculptor

https://www.houzz.fr/pro/sculptart-clisson/sculpteur-clisson-michel
• COSTE Michel, sculptor

https://www.cost-art.com
• DECORSE Pierre, sculptor http://pierre.decorse.pagesperso-orange.fr
• DRIJFHAMER Reinharda, photographer

http://www.reinharda.com
• DURAND Max, sculptor

http://www.durandmax.fr
• GUERIN Cosima, sculptor https://cosimaguerin.jimdo.com

Healthy crowds turned out for Le Lot's first truffle fair of the winter season today in the village of Lalbenque. Truffle vendors lined the main street displaying their truffles in colorful baskets. Lalbenque's truffle authority reported that the first take of the year amounted to 32 kilograms (kg) from 30 baskets, a good amount for the start of the season. Prices ranged between 400 € and 800 € per kg depending on the quality of the truffle. Vendors came from as far as Dordogne du Tarn and Aveyron for the fair.

The Occitanie / Pyrénées-Méditerranée Region voted to approve more than € 195 million to support infrastructure projects in Le Lot. The region's "Plan for Employment and Construction", launched by President Carole Delga last March, is placing particular prioritization on renewable energy projects. This latest round of funding includes more than € 2.50 million to finance a bio-energy and bio-fertilizer project in Gramat. Additional investment projects in cities and towns reflect a prioritization on improving accessibility of public buildings; refurbishment of public buildings; tourism; agriculture and agri-food.

Healthy crowds turned out for Le Lot's first truffle fair of the winter season today in the village of Lalbenque. Truffle vendors lined the main street displaying their truffles in colorful baskets. Lalbenque's truffle authority reported that the first take of the year amounted to 32 kilograms (kg) from 30 baskets, a good amount for the start of the season. Prices ranged between 400 € and 800 € per kg depending on the quality of the truffle. Vendors came from as far as Dordogne du Tarn and Aveyron for the fair.

Juin Jardin (June Gardens)


Cahors


Exhibition Overview






Cahors is in the midst of the 11th annual Juin Jardins (June Gardens) festival that celebrates the capital's rich history of cultivation, both botanical and the arts.  Every year, artists and musicians flood into Cahors' medieval gardens with live performances, exhibitions and readings. This weekend will be devoted to showcasing Le Lot's landscapes and gardens. Highlights include:





Exhibition Junk Garden by Michel Blazy in the Chapel of the Espace Lamourous open every day except Sunday from 2 to 28 June (2:00 - 6:00 pm) 
Exhibition Explorers' Clothes at the Heritage Library open Tuesday to Thursday (2:00 - 6:00 pm) until 28 June.
Exhibition Landscapes Minutes exhibition by Laurent Reynes on 105 rue du Château-du-Roi open until June 15 (2:00 - 7:00 pm)  The second weekend of June Is devoted to Landscape Gardens in the Lot ValleyType your paragraph here.

Winter truffle season opens this week in Le Lot. The villages of Lalbenque and Limogne will hold the first truffle markets of the winter season on Tuesday and Friday, respectively. 


Lalbenque's winter truffle market is held along its main street and takes place every Tuesday from the first week in December to the middle of March. The market opens at precisely 2:00 pm.


Limogne's market is held in the church square and takes place every Friday until the beginning of March. The market opens at precisely 10:30 am.

The 10th Arts Garden
Ancien Couvent (Historic Convent) Lamothe-Fénelon
Route de Masclat
June 3-5


Exhibition Overview

The 10th annual Arts Garden will recognize Odile Cougoul, the painter and long-time event organizer, as this year's honored guest in Lamothe-Fénelon on June 3-5. The exhibition will be held in the town's old convent and celebrate 21 artists in disciplines ranging from stained glass and sculpture to paintings, maquetry and photography. Works will be displayed in two large exhibition rooms, as well as the convent's garden. The exhibition opens on Saturday, June 3 at 11:30 am. Bob Neal and Michel Herblin of the group One Deux will perform on Sunday at 2:00 pm.

Jarden en Art

 Lamothe-Fénelon 

​Mai 2016

Healthy crowds turned out for Le Lot's first truffle fair of the winter season today in the village of Lalbenque. Truffle vendors lined the main street displaying their truffles in colorful baskets. Lalbenque's truffle authority reported that the first take of the year amounted to 32 kilograms (kg) from 30 baskets, a good amount for the start of the season. Prices ranged between 400 € and 800 € per kg depending on the quality of the truffle. Vendors came from as far as Dordogne du Tarn and Aveyron for the fair.

Bio 46 held its Seventh Organic Fair yesterday on the Place Bessières. The fair, which promotes only food and products produced without chemicals, drew over 3,000 visitors. Vendors offered everything from textiles made from alpaca fur to gluten free pizza.