To capture a moment
November 13th to December 2nd, 2023
In this new personal exhibition, Annette Cunnac shows her work done over several years, paintings on canvas and pastels created outdoors as well as in her studio. Faithful to her artistic approach, she draws her inspiration from the sources of reality to transcribe it on the canvas. She paints to the rhythm of the seasons. During her walks in the countryside as well as on the banks of the Garonne in Toulouse or while traveling, she puts down her easel when a painting presents itself to her vision.
Her favorite theme revolves around the light that she captures through the skies and their fleeting atmosphere or even water and its reflections. Thus are born the landscapes and moments of life that attracted her attention and which you can discover at the Gallery Mage.
30 place Mage
31000 TOULOUSE – France
Exhibition from November 13th to December 2nd
Opening hours: everyday from 11 am to 7 pm
Les Arts en Balade
September 29, 30 and October 1, 2023
During this 7th edition of the “Arts en Balade”, 138 artists, including 9 collective workshops, open the doors of their studios in 81 places in Toulouse city and its surroundings.
I will be delighted to welcome you to my studio on this occasion with Cathy Larroque Soussan, sculptor, who is my guest and to share with you beautiful moments of encounter. We will reveal our latest creations to you.
A novelty this year, artists will meet a few days before the AEB weekend in a dedicated place to exhibit an anthology of their finest works. For the Guilheméry district where is located my studio, it will be at the Cercle Laïque Jean Chaubet from September 21 to 28.
The studio is open throughout the weekend:
Friday 29, 2.00 pm to 22.00 pm, vernissage 600 pm
Saturday 30, 10.00 am to 8.00 pm
Sunday 1, 11.00 am to 18.00 pm
Studio Annette Cunnac
51, rue Jean Micoud
31500 Toulouse – France
Bus: L1 – Stop Aqueduc
Cercle Laïque Jean Chaubet
7, place Pinel
Bus: L1 – Stop Tilleuls
On the occasion of its solemn autumn session at the Capitole of Toulouse, the Académie du Languedoc awarded the prestigious Renée Aspe painting prize to Annette Cunnac for all of her work. She was sponsored by Master Bernard Poulhiès, Vice President of the Academy, who gave her eulogy which ended with these words: “The Academy of Languedoc is proud to accompany you in your pictorial career and urges you to keep a long artistic effervescence. The Académie du Languedoc is proud to award you the Renée Aspe painting prize which you have greatly deserved”.
Best wishes for 2023
While expecting to meet you again during my next solo exhibition at the gallery “Galerie Mage” in November in Toulouse or at the group exhibition “111 des Arts” at the Hôtel Dieu, I wish you all the best for 2023.
For the benefit of medical research on cancers and serious diseases of the child.
This year Annette Cunnac presents a series of pastels, moments of life captured during her recent trip to Cambodia, as well as urban landscapes of Toulouse and the Tarn countryside.
Exhibition from November 10th to 20th, 2022
Opening from 12h to 20h – Free entry
Chapelle de l’Hôtel Dieu
Painting sublimated reality
2 – 21 May 2022
This exhibition is the resumption of the one presented in May 2021, suddenly interrupted by the lockdown. Despite everything Annette Cunnac continued to work in the tranquility of her studio. She also took advantage of the beautiful summer days to explore, at different times of the day, the banks of the Garonne in Toulouse. She placed her easel there to capture the colours and variations of light. The great skies reflected in the water, the mirror effect of brick buildings, the dome of “La Grave”, the “Hôtel-Dieu”, the “Pont-Neuf” and life alongside the banks constitute the core of her paintings.
“It was a rich experience full of inspiration and encounters. The dialogue with the walkers was immediate, it was a pleasure to make them aware of the poetic and colorful reality of the city”.
This exhibition is the culmination of an intense year of creation. She reveals to us moments she lived, visual shocks that she seeks to express through painting. The lights and colours of Toulouse are the main theme. Nevertheless, she exhibits also landscapes of her native Tarn which never cease to inspire her.
30, place Mage
31000 TOULOUSE – France
Exhibition from May 2nd to May 21st
Chateau de Capdeville
Exhibition with Michel Averseng sculptor
June 25th to August 23rd, 2021
In this new exhibition with Michel Averseng sculptor, Annette Cunnac presents a set of oils on canvas and pastels which offers a panorama of her work for twenty years. Her landscapes and scenes of life, inspired by her travels and her immediate surroundings, are the fruit of a sensitive observation of the life around her. She takes us by light and colors in her universe imbued with poetry.
Michel Averseng exhibits a set of statues, busts and compositions (original bronzes and plasters) as well as drawings which are the culmination of a lifetime of research and study. “Of a simple appearance, the statuary must be, in its material presence, a silent messenger of the spiritual richness of a complex humanity. A present and naturally understandable messenger in the heart of every human, whatever his culture”.
Opening from Tuesday to Saturday
10.00 am to 12.30am – 14.00 pm to 19.00 pm
Vernissage Friday 25th at 6.00pm
Maison des vins et du tourisme
140, allée du château
31620 Fronton – France
from Toulouse to Angkor Wat
Annette Cunnac presents recent works produced in the tranquility of her studio, mainly pastels which light up the landscapes and scenes of life in Cambodia and in her region. The splendors of Khmer civilization interact with the local heritage of Occitanie.
Deeply marked by the landscapes of her native Tarn, Annette Cunnac also presents during this exhibition pastels recently made in situ in direct contact with nature in the countryside.
“I paint what my gaze captures and makes me feel at very specific moments, whether it is a landscape sublimated by a fleeting light or a colorful scene of life”.
30, place Mage
31000 TOULOUSE – France
on the occasion of the collective exhibition 111 des arts
Annette Cunnac welcomed a team of the 111 des Arts in her studio for an interview.
ART En CAPITAL
February 12th to 16th, 2020
Painting exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Français in the context of Art en Capital at the Grand Palais in Paris.
Opening hours everyday from 11.00 am to 20.00 pm
Nocturnes until 22.00 pm on Thursday 13th, Saturday 15th
Vernissage Tuesday 11th from 15.00 pm until 22.00 pm (by invitation)
Avenue Franklin Roosevelt