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ANNA LE MOINE GRAY – NEW EXHIBITION IN BRITTANY

Anna Le Moine Gray, the Breton artist who for many years lived and panted in Jersey – is holding a new exhibition of recent works in the town of  Pont-Croix in western Brittany.

She will be showing 30 new seascapes and landscapes, in oil or gouache, some drawings and birds in clay.

A digital catalogue of the available work can be sent upon request.

The exhibition will take place between 3rd May and 18th June 2023m with an opening on Friday 5 May 20234 at 6.30pm.

The venue is La Pluie d’Eté gallery at 29790 Pont Croix.

The gallery is open:

Wednesday, Friday & Sunday, from 11am to 7pm,

Thursday, from 10am to 7pm,

Saturday, from 2pm to 7pm.

It will be closed between 29 May to 6 June.

See her website:
https://www.annalemoinegray.com/

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