Beddington Fine Art Gallery & Le Mas du Mûrier, IRREVERSIBLE 2015, France Côte d’Azurthe Fold&qu
Every day we interact with a piece that holds memories and value to us, each containing its own history because of the labor, care and time, loaded on each medium, this exhibition holds a unique level of intention and weight, an intimate declaration that explore togetherness and attachment. I truly believe in the work of these artists, and the important role they play widening means to a cultural exchange enriching our lives profoundly.
Our unforgettable European 2015 summer tour took us the unbelievable amount of a 13 flights:
England. London France Bargemon South of France Monaco, Monte Carlo Slovakia, Kosariska Vienna, Austria and in between connections; Frankfurt, Germany, Geneva Switzerland.
Our stay with Michele and Guy Beddington at Le Mas du Mûrier was simply divine. … where I just wanted to find a haven to regroup and take some time out for myself.
Le Mas du Mûrier image courtesy Alejandro Mendoza
Le Mas du Mûrier & Beddington Fine Art are located in Bargemon in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region in southeastern France. Michèle and Guy Beddington purchased Le Mas du Mûrier in 1995, a 19th century listed farmhouse circa 1850 and commenced transforming it into their principal residence. “Work in the gardens immediately started around the house with the assistance of the British landscape architect, Nigel Scott-Harden, the remaining seven hectares of oak and olive groves lining wide terraces retain their natural Provençal charm and are a haven for the indigenous flora of lilies and orchids, bordered by a romantic stream and rock pools that descend to the foot of the valley.” Michele said.
Beddington Fine Art Les Remparts – 83830 Bargemon, Var, France les Remparts – 83830 Bargemon Tel/Fax: + 33 (0)4 94 76 64 06 mobile: + 33 (0)6 64 80 29 55 email: email@example.com
From 2007, Michèle and Guy, who have a long-established Beddington Fine Art a Contemporary Art gallery on the Ramparts of Bargemon, began displaying Sculptures, Ceramics and Installations upon their land, and, in 2010, for the gallery’s 10th anniversary, the Sculpture Gardens were opened to the public featuring some seventy exhibits by established and emerging artists from all over the world.