Exhibition: 2nd April – 19th May 2018
Opening times for the exhibition:
Monday to Friday 10am – 3pm
Saturday 10.30am – 1pm
Private view: Saturday 21st April, 7pm – 9pm
Venue: Alliance Française Cambridge, 60 Hills Road, CB2 1LA
Booking required for the private view.
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“Drawing in blue ink the world as I see it. To be amazed each day by its beauty. Capturing the reflection of light on the water, on nature and the things that surrounds me. To retrace the paths that I take, the places I discover. To write and tell stories. This is what I strive to do each day, with watercolor on paper, as simply and honestly as possible. In this serie of seascapes, I wanted to share the feeling of beauty and peace that lay on the horizon.”
Garance MONFORT grew up in France in a family of artists. Her grandfather, Georges de Leon, an painter and printmaker was the original influence that sparked her creativity and the start of an artistic education. She studied art techniques such as drawing and painting in the artist’s personal atelier, and later studied at l’Ecole des Beaux-Arts of Cherbourg, then Rouen where she graduated of a master in art. She pursued her artistic carrier and studied a post diploma in HIstory of Art at the Sorbonne in Paris, as well as training to become an art teacher.
Life, travels and discovering the world, from Ireland to Australia, always drawing and writing, Garance settled in 2014 in Cambridge UK, where she currently live and work as a french teacher, and a design and technology assistant at St John’s College School.
She’s also a musician and jazz singer, she regularly performs in Cambridge and France.