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Sam Basu, Louise Sartor, Paul Pascal Theriault, Michael Zahn Demimonde at Treignac Projet, Aug 17 - Sept 14, 2016

Demimonde at Treignac Projet

When you sew, why do you backstitch when you begin and end a seam?
Most of you backstitch because someone on your sewing learning path said you should do that to keep your seams from coming apart.
Well, now, I want you to forget that reverse button and listen to some common sense stuff!

http://www.treignacprojet.org
2 rue Ignace Dumergue, 19260 Treignac, France

 

Demimonde at Treignac Projet

 

Michael Zahn

Michael Zahn, 4 Butts, 2016
mixed media
9 x 8 x 8 in (23 x 20 x 20 cm)

 

Paul Pascal Theriault

Paul Pascal Theriault

Paul Pascal Theriault

Paul Pascal Theriault, Leona and Jasper, 2015
cigarette boxes, cat food labels, acrylic
variable dimensions

 

Demimonde at Treignac Projet

 

Sam Basu

Sam Basu

Sam Basu

Sam Basu, Tropical Storm, 1992
resin and glitter
Ø10 x 6 in (Ø25 x 15 cm)

 

Louise Sartor

Louise Sartor, Imma, 2016
acrylic on cardboard
6 x 4 in (15 x 10.5 cm)

 

Louise Sartor

Louise Sartor, PERFECT LOVE, 2016
acrylic on cardboard
5 x 4 in (13 x 10 cm)

 

Michael Zahn

Michael Zahn, Hat Box, 2016
mixed media
7 x 8 x 7 in (18 x 20 x 18 cm)

 

Louise Sartor

Louise Sartor, win-win, 2015
acrylic on cardboard, twig, rope
6 x 4 in (15 x 11 cm)

 

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