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Since the artists are present for five days to present the pieces they have created especially for this event, the public will be able to make this unusual event their own, sharing the passions and aspirations of the artists. A unique location in the Principality, designed by Leila Menchari, the artistic director of Hermès, Port Palace Monte Carlo will for five days be the ideal home for these creations. The talent of each artist will be put into sharp relief by the exceptional surroundings of where the pieces are displayed. The beauty and originality of these unusual pieces will be minored by the exclusive, unusual, and tailor made aspects of the bockdrops agoinst which they will be set throughout the whole hotel. Artists, collectais enthusiasts or simple art valuers will be surprised by the co that these surroundings will help generate, an invitation to di extraordinary sensations. Amongst the craftsmen and allia disciplines represented are :
Serge Amoruso whose creations leather are enriched by his attention to innovative technology constant search for quality skins ; Mary Beyer, creator of high fashion jewellery and accessories ; Patrick Blanchard, who sculpts wood re-inventing and re-thinking ornamentation in the creation of object and furniture ; Christian Bonnet, who is versed in the art of création tortoise shell frames for glasses ; Fanny Boucher, etcher, who had extended her expertise to include interior decoration and furniture decoration, integrating engraved metals, copper, brass and steel. The upholstery and decoration of chairs, walls, curtains, and screens, is more than a job for Rémy Brazet, it is a cu universe that has also involved him in the construction of the Marie Antonieita theatre in Trianon ; the artistic pieces of engraved glass by Gilles Chabrier ; Anne-Lise Courchay who works with parchme and Gérard Desquand heraldic engraver ; Thierry Drevelle designer and cabinet-maker ; Simon-Pierre Etienne and Michel Germond, cabinet-restorers ; Patrick Fallon who has elegant united his ability as a leather craftsman with his passion for cigare creating amongst other things a pocket case for preserving cigand Stéphane Guilbaud, works in the 15th arrondissement of Paris a lithographer ; Frédérique Hamel, ivory carver ; Michel Heurault is known as the greatest creator of parasols and umbrellas Paris high fashion ; Françoise Hoffmann who in his Lyons atelierl works with felt ; Marie Le Coeur who points on wood and fob with natural pigments ; Nicolas Marischael, 18th century silver restorer and creator of unique pieces. Paintings done by four hand where pigments and gold, opacity and brilliance play cleverly with the light are done by Manuela Paul Cavalier and Guillaume Martel ; Reinhardt von Nagel produces harpsichords with extraordinary acoustic and artistic qualities ; Catherine Nicolas practises the art of locquering; Thomas Niemann forges iron as if it were modelling doy ; Nicolas Salagnac perpetuates the antique art of engraving medallions ; Nelly Saunier creates accessories and jewels out of rare feathers, though without endangering birds risking extinction. Jean-Luc Seigneur's embossed style of engraving is very striking ; Pietro Seminelli, textile artist, develops and displays his fabrics ; Jackie Vignon, book binder, restores books, and also creates box cases for ort books and collections ; Ludwig Vogelgesang and Dominique, whose passion for beautiful things is the inspiration for their cabinet making, and Christian Thirot for who sextants, world and planetary globes, sundials, and glasses and telescopes with their intricate series of mirrors, represent an ocean of knowledge which deepens his passion for antique scientific instruments.