On 30th June, Maison Mayci owners and chefs, David and Remi Faveau, will launch Galerie Mayci at their Moseley cafe where, since 2010, they have provided high quality French patisserie and bakery products.
They attribute their success, after opening their first cafe in Kings Heath in 2005, to a simple philosophy of quality ingredients, hand crafting, no fuss and affordable for everyone. They are now applying the same phi-losophy to their latest venture Galerie Mayci.
The gallery will be showcasing high quality, affordable paintings and fine art prints, featuring the work of well known regional artists.
The inaugural exhibition at Galerie Mayci, curated by Peter Grego, will open, with a Vernissage (private view) on Friday evening, June 30th.
The exhibition will present the work of printmaker Mike Allison, from his recent series, 100 Views of Birming-ham. Mike began work on the 100 views project in December 2015, inspired by Japanese printmaker, Ando Hiroshige’s, 100 famous views of Edo (1856 – 1858). Mike Allison was born in Whalley, Lancashire in 1970. He is a graduate in Fine Art, Winchester School of Art (1992) and has an MA Fine Art from De Montfort University (2005). He now lives and works in Stourbridge in the West Midlands.