There are always flowers for those who wish to see them – Henri Matisse
Moulin de Gréoux offers a large studio space and en plein air beauty spots to ignite your imagination, whether it’s within the old stone homestead, revealing its secrets of a bygone era or reclining on the swinging chair beneath the mulberry tree or in a secret location of your own.
The Alpilles mountains offer an abundance of walking trails and picnic areas for the creative spirit to flourish and breath in its regal beauty. Day trips by car or bicycle can be arranged to scout out these hidden beauty spots. A car is available for your pleasure.
In the Moulin de Gréoux studio you will be provided with your own workstation, easel, shelving, wall space, a fully equipped kitchenette and a communal wooden table.
Whilst in residence, you will have the opportunity to present your body of work, script, performance, composition, or piece of writing at our special soirées and exhibitions.
There’s a sadness in Provence which no one has expressed… I’d like to put reason in the grass and tears in the sky, like Poussin. - Paul Cézanne.
Credit: Slideshow 1: Artists in Residence, Samuel Condon and Ellen Akimoto
Slideshow 2: Artist in Residence, Nicole Kelly
Slideshow 3: Artist in Residence, Janice Gobey La Vue, 2019
Slideshow 4: Artist in Residence, Alan Jones
Image 1: Artist in Residence, Alan Jones Painting 270 Mas des Pelerins, 2019
Image 2: Artist in Residence, Nicole Kelly An Amorous Field, 2018
Image 3: Artist in Residence, Todd Fuller Letters to Theo (Untitled 16), 2019
Image 4: Artist in Residence, Edwin Holder-Vale Mistral, 2020
Image 5: Artist in Residence, Habib Hajallie Unprecedented Facial Hair 2021
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