I am writing today for an important decision about the Taillon Carpe Diem Gallery.
From November the gallery will be open only by appointment.
The reason is that I going back to my passion … I want to honor at best and as much as possible the talent that Life has given me.
I lived, thanks to you, several wonderful moments, and all these exchanges, random meetings, were for me very rewarding .. I thank you ..
But it is high time that I return to my clay to deposit all these emotions and do it, … perhaps, appear small miracles … 😉
By appointment, I will be pleased to provide all my expertise and integrity to continue to serve the best of my knowledge both the Clientele, Artists and the Beauty of Peace.
Of course I keep the event of December (2 and 3 Dec,) with the big natural tree and its Christmas smells of yesteryear that had moved many of you last year.
Sharing with you for a weekend, all the magic of Christmas and its magical power reflect my deep convictions both in spirituality, in the magic of the marvelous, and in the wealth of communions and it is completely in my Life vision to keep, communicate and nurture a joyous and tenacious hope especially in these troubled times.
And I can not wait to live this weekend with you.
The specials and surprises will be at the rendezvous just in time for the holidays and this for the greatest pleasure of all. (pickle gift, mother Christmas etc)
I will send you a small memo in November.
In closing, I would also like to remind you of Sylvia Audet’s magnificent exhibition “Water, our greatest wealth”, which runs until the end of October.