The lack of crowds is evident.
A sculpture by Putsch in the lavoir.
I'm much more interested in mixed media works, metal sculpture and ceramics. Luckily, there was a good blacksmith and a traditional zinc worker, as well as popular local potter Magali. She had some really beautiful pots in her trademark grey blue glazes, lovely shapes and there were at least half a dozen pieces I could happily have taken home. They aren't expensive either, but I didn't feel I could justify treating myself just at the moment.
Check out the distortion on the steeple of the church in le Petit Pressigny.
Pierre Gaillard of Girouettes Gaillard fashions a cock for a weather vane out of zinc.
There were very few people walking through town to look at the art, but of those who were there, a significant number were from the soi-disant expat community, and at least a dozen others were French locals that I knew, so I had quite a social time.