La Galerie Odile Oms
Permanent collections – Bonnard, Derain, Desnoyer, Krémègne, Leutreuil, Mucha, Pignon.
Modern Art – Bolzoms, Cavadore, Descossy, Deixonne, Garcia, Lecoque.
For a list of current exhibitions, see under ‘What to Do’ – page Exhibitions
From 10th June to 30th September: ‘D’avall à Canigou’ by Joël Desbouiges
Studio/Galerie William Fenech
Modern and contemporary works of art.
1 Avenue Michel Aribaud
1st April to 30th September: Every day from 10am to 7pm.
1st October to 31st March, Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 7pm.
Or by appointment on +33 (0)6 25 72 76 50
Born in 1946, William FENECH is a self-taught artist whose deep-rooted tradition of oil on canvas is nonetheless resolutely attuned to the present. He works with a broad range of subjects and enjoys painting people (bar-room scenes, musicians, clowns, nudes…) as well as landscapes, seascapes and other subjects. His talent for drawing and capacity for work have created a powerfully unique oeuvre which despite its diversity shows a rare consistency of expression, feeling and emotion.
William Fenech defines himself as a figurative expressionist. His subjects are not linked by mere chance. Each painting is carefully planned, designed and finally orchestrated and, through a series of spontaneous gestures, he deconstructs what has been created, adding that unique artistic dimension.
Fenech’s work is closely followed by a constantly-growing circle of amateurs and collectors both in France and abroad.
His work is also available in the following galleries:
Atezart, Galerie Michel Perrier, 6 rue Folco de Baroncelli 8400 AVIGNON
Angels Company, Plaça Rebes N°4, ANDORRA LA VELLA
Galerie Tolstoï, 23 rue Tolstoy, MOSCOW
William Fenech is also mentioned in AKOUN and on ARTPRICE.fr
Les Métiers d’Art Sant Roch
An association of artists and artisans, created in 1968, who exhibit their works in an historic building in the heart of Céret, within the fortified walls of the old town. This lovely setting provides a link between the artists and the public. The exhibition gallery houses original items from regional artists, such as sculpture, paintings, ceramics, wood, wrought iron, leather items, lacquer-work, glassware, bronze and textiles. Plastics course available between June and September.
Patio Pierre Mau
June, July, August, September: Open every day from 10am to 12.30pm/3pm to 6.30pm
September to May: Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri from 2.30pm to 6pm
Saturday from 10am to 12.30pm/2.30pm to 6pm
List of exhibitions available on the ‘What to Do’ page