Deeply artistic, the Maison Petrusse famous his attachment to the region girondine enot vsrear the stole "My Isle" in Collaboration with the photographer bordelaise Beatrice Ringeenbach.
PassionateeE Since always by painting with watercolor, the artist, originally painter, compound his works by playing with the light, transparency and unpredictability of water pigments.
In November 2010, To prepare his painting, Beatrice picture The dancers of the National Opera of Bordeaux. Photography is so, for her, a revelation :
"Today I left my brushes to practice the photo as a second breathing “
Since, Beatrice Ringeenbach expand “creative field of expression” to infinity. Sailing to horses, through the lights of the Arcachon basin and flying flights, all these life moments are captured through the prism of his camera.
Inspired by a photograph of its exhibition “Variations Aerial at the Arcachon Basin", the House Petrusse imagined a stole as light as vibrant To enhance the wonders of the region.
Lat delicate material and pattern infinite of "MOnot Hee” Alloyed in a sumptuous veil of cotton and silk, tshe caresses it with a slight breeze coming any right from theIthe OIASEAUX.
Did you know ?
“The bird island” is at the epicenter of the Arcachon basin. Dependent from flux and reflux of tides, this small island stretchesr five at sixteen kilometers circumference.
Her name? The island should it to the many birds that live there. Very difficult to access, sat preservation at a state quasi-natural fAit of this place a unique, peaceful place and infinite charm.
At middle of Some dwarf trees of stronettes andacacias from JAPON, only a few huts de sinner attest to'a Human presence.
True emblems of the bird island, these houses on stilts, called the "cabins ticked” derive their names “chance”, Gascon name of the stilts used previously by the shepherds in the marshlands.
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