Wednesday, 24 September 2014

Expo at Logis Du Puygaty

I'm delighted to have been asked to exhibit at the inaugural networking meeting of Forces FĂ©minines en Charente at the beautiful Logis de Puygaty, pictured above. It's an interesting concept having only women entrepreneurs and artists participate, and I'm very much looking forward to it.  
The organisers are aiming for an international flavour with both English and French being spoken and should be both educational and helpful for me! 

The setting is stunning, and the the place worth visiting for the building alone. It has all my favourite things in French architecture - huge arches, tiny windows and round towers with pointy roofs. 

I've been allocated the area with the two windows to the right of the archway pictured above, accessed from a doorway in the arched tunnel. There is no bespoke hanging, or any means of attaching hooks into the stone walls, so I'm working on something easily portable and hopefully in keeping with the space. 

Here's the 'before' photo - I can't really go too wrong with the gorgeous creamy stone as a backdrop, and it will look better with the cars and table tops away!

The event runs this Friday 26th, and is an invited entry, with Afternoon Tea from 4pm and Cocktails from 7 pm. 

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