Students at La Pointe Tamarin art school are busy preparing for an exhibition to be held in October this year. Over a hundred works will be on display.
Under the guidance of Jean-Yves L’Onflé and Eric Laviolette, 68 students are preparing to exhibit their work: “The school organizes an exhibition every two years. This year, our 68 students have been invited to present two works. No theme is imposed this year, so as not to curb the students’ creativity,” explains artist Jean-Yves L’Onflé.
The school’s management has also given carte blanche regarding technique: “Students are free to choose the technique that best corresponds to what they want to express. The public will discover drawings and paintings in watercolor, collage and mixed media.
Although the date of the exhibition will be announced at a later date, it will be held over a three-week period: “The date will be confirmed shortly. But one thing is certain: the exhibition will be open to the public for 3 weeks after the opening,” points out Jean-Yves.