L'Atelier-Galerie Patrick Le Blond

The differents spots to see to live the potter road : Café de la Grave, Verger Poméloi, Banquise du Golf, Gourmande de Nature, Verrerie la Méduse. When you visit the five differents points of sale you live a optimal experience on the potter road. Every spot that you visit has his own collection with his own colors and textures. For every collection the potter was inspired by the characteristics of the products of the entreprise... A wonderful experience for the ceramist lovers.

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44, road Lapierre
Bassin, G4T 0H8
(Quebec, Canada)

Phone : 418 937-3850 Phone : 418 937-3850


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General information

Managers Patrick Le Blond
Island Havre Aubert Island
Nearest Beach Du Bassin Beach
Distance from the beach 2 km
We speak Français, English
Payment methods accepted

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    Café de la Grave

    Gourmet breakfasts, dish of the day, homemade cakes, Island beers, Island products, varied menus, healthy and affordable meals. Enjoy a friendly atmosphere in a historic building.

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    Gourmande de nature

    For food lovers of all levels keen on living an unforgettable gourmet experience. In a professional space furnished with modern equipment, become familiar with the techniques of culinary art. Enjoy your stay in Les Îles and discover new flavours with chef Johanne Vigneau while learning how to cook local products. All equipment provided. Visit our website to see the workshops calendar and register.

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    La Banquise du Golfe

    Francine Bourque, watercolours and acrylics.    Sylvie Mercier, stained glass.   Patrick Leblond, La poterie du Cap Blanc (Cap Blanc Pottery).   Gaston Chiasson, walrus ivory.    Books, clothing.   Shedule: from the end of May to the end of September, every day from 10 am to 9 pm.   Member of the Visual Arts and Handicrafts Circuit

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    La Méduse - Verre Soufflé

    La Meduse is a glassblowing studio located in Iles de la Madeleine since 1985. One of the oldest studio in Quebec province, La Meduse has three glass artists: François Turbide, master glassblower, founder of the studio and glass artist for over 30 years, Sophie Bourgeois, glass artist and Catherine Chevrier-Turbide, daughter of Mr. Turbide and glass artist herself. At the studio La Meduse, you can watch the artisans at work, share their reality and experience their creation space for a moment (and for free!). La Meduse glass studio also includes a boutique area showing the works of art of other local artists. Treat yourself with unique glass creations, colorful and bright! And with a blowing glass class, if you dare. Come discover it by yourself!

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