Colors of Wonder
Surprising Associations
Dreams coming True
Energy Fields

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“Anne-Françoise Potterat’s images radiate, attract and entrance. Like the art of shamans around the world, they reveal  a vibrational realm that manifests beauty, and that assuages in subtle ways. These images are objects that one sees, yet they give access to the invisible — making  them paradoxical passages and sources of knowledge.”
by Jeremy Narby, anthropologist, writer (The Cosmic Serpent,1995)

I am in a group show in Los Angeles
Come to the Opening
On Thursday October 5 from 5 until 9:30 pm
at the Pacific Design Center
in the Blue Whale

Gallery B228

8687 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood
for more info see below

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Her Royal Highness Wisdom, 2017, Fabric Print on LED Light Box © Anne-Francoise Potterat


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Opening reception is October 5th, 5 – 9:30pm at the Pacific Design Center

Blue Building, Gallery B228

8687 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood

A portion of the proceeds from sales will benefit Oceanic Preservation Society (OPS)

Brenda Harrop Art Advisory is pleased to present “Perspectives,” a dynamic group exhibition of key works by 2wenty, Franck Bailleul, Sarah Chang, Joshua Elias, Spencer Mar Guilburt, Ray Howlett, Ryan McCann, Anne-Francoise Potterat, Paul Rusconi and Torie Zalben explores the ways in which the artworks both question and alter everyday perspectives that range from meditative investigations of spatial relationships to meaningful reassessments of the state of one’s ideas. 

In the exhibition’s title, the idea of perspectives, of spatial rhythms and optical dimensions, are deeply heightened in Torie Zalben’s multimedia photographs and Anne-Francoise Potterat’s kaleidoscopic mandalas, as well as in Paul Rusconi’s paintings which serendipitously extend the array of reflections beyond Ray Howlett’s incandescent light and glass sculptures. Humanity’s conventional perspectives are profoundly examined both by 2wenty’s luminescent text sculptures and by Ryan McCann’s meticulously blowtorched wood constructs which encourage viewers to see the world differently, to rethink belief systems and realities.

A portion of the proceeds from sales will benefit OPS http://www.opsociety.org/. The Oceanic Preservation Society is a team of artists and activists committed to protecting our oceans and endangered species; through the use of film, photography, and collaboration, we promote advocacy and sustainability for our planet.


In the Journal de Morges Friday January 20, 2017:

Exhibition in Saint-Prex, Switzerland
January 2017

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Anne-Françoise Potterat is an artist since always and an enthusiast for the mystery of life. She holds degrees in Biochemistry, Fine Arts, yoga and Reiki. Parallel to her career as an artist, continue reading

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