From March 04 to 25, 2021, the wood sculptor Pascal Foy invites you to come and admire his new works at the exhibition entitled “Kaz an nou: 30 lanné ja pasé” (Our House: 30 years have passed) at the Arawak Hotel in Le Gosier.
Who doesn’t know Pascal Foy? He is the woodcarver who specialized in the beautiful facades of Creole houses in Guadeloupe and several other Caribbean islands, which he reproduces with talent and patience in small format. Each of his exhibitions is a great success, this was also the case in June 2019 when he participated for the 3rd time in the Pool Art Fair Guadeloupe in Pointe-à-Pitre.
30 years after embracing this artistic career, the former cabinetmaker from the island of Terre-de-Haut in the Saintes archipelago has decided to present a retrospective of his work to the public. This anniversary exhibition will show the evolution of this lover of Creole habitat.
Following the opening which will take place on March 04 at 6.30 pm, Pascal Foy will be present from March 05 to 25 every Friday and Saturday for two hours.
from 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm and every Saturday and Sunday from 4.00 pm to welcome visitors. On March 25, the last day of the exhibition, the woodcarver will be with the architect Émile Romney to run an “Archi Café” from 6.30 pm with the theme “Kaz, on lespwi por dèmen” (House, a spirit for tomorrow).