Today we spent a few hours visiting other exhibits at the Quilt en Sud Festival. What I find remarkable about this festival is that cutting edge textile art is exhibited alongside traditional patchwork. There is something for everyone! I have been very inspired by several artists, and I will be posting some of their work in the next few days when I get my photos sorted out.
Today I am sharing photos from the time I spent meeting visitors to my own exhibit.
Here you can see the "Maison l'Infant" from across the water.
My exhibition is just behind these windows.
This is the entry door to the grand old building.
Here I am with my French travel dictionary, trying to communicate with locals. However, I should have had a Spanish dictionary as well. There are many visitors from Spain.
The crowds were steady, the feedback positive, and I have completely ran out of business cards (even though I brought a lot of them) after only two days.
Several bus tours came through the show.
My work was closely examined.
This is one of the cutest visitors. Europe has got it right! Dogs are allowed everywhere, including restaurants and gallery shows.
Tomorrow I am spending the day teaching my second class. Stay tuned for blog posts that share some of the wonderful textile art I've seen here.