When I received a group notice about an exhibit at one of my favorite stores, Never Totally Dead, I went with a friend as soon as possible.
“We are happy to announce that, for the first time, l’Orangerie de Valpennac will host an art exhibition.
“Tete de l’Art” by Djedge Freschi will be visible in this new Gallery in November and December 2017.”
The 15 works of art are called paintings, look like collages, and can be purchased separately or as a collection for 50% off. I found them to be amusingly offensive.
Never Totally Dead has classic old manor homes, historical items, many haunted pieces, antique furniture and curiosities. I enjoy the group gifts.
The collection is well suited for their L’ Orangerie de Valpennac and would be wonderful to stumble across on a grand estate.
I chose this piece for some ruins that chickens roam in at Shoshin Acres in Sedge.