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Road Art

Road Art

Recently the talented employees of the local council have created an immense gallery of artwork in an openair setting that is accessible to visitors day and night. See the gallery on Secret Paths Artworks
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Mushrooms

Who’s for mushrooms?

Recent rain has had the mushrooms shooting up throughout the forest. At this time of the year there are more mushrooms than flowers. See more in the gallery on Secret Paths Artworks
Dialogues

Dialogues: marrying words and images in the Hot Springs Park

Dialogues, marrying words and images, is the 14th exhibition in the Saint-Gervais Thermal Park in Le Fayet. See the complete gallery of photos on Secret Paths Artworks.
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Art in a carpark

In 2017, Saint-Gervais invited 11 internationally renowned artists to create artwork for an eleven-storey carpark in the centre of town.  See the full gallery of photos on Secret Paths Artworks.
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June flowers

June flowers

Flowers attract, that is what they are made for. With their colours, their wistful forms. their delicate perfumes, they are a real delight. See the complete gallery on Secret Paths Artworks.
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Fountains in Saint-Blaise

2019: Grève des femmes – Women’s strike

A small group of women from Saint-Blaise got together to mark the 2019 Women’s Strike in the village on June 14th by decorated the many fountains (...) See the gallery of photos on Secret Paths Artworks.
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Murals in Neuchatel

Murals in Neuchatel

To see a gallery of recent murals in Neuchatel visit a Secret Paths Artworks.
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Neuchatel Clock Faces

Neuchatel Clock Faces

The pedestrian zone of Neuchatel is celebrating its forty years. Local artists have created human-sized clock faces entitled DingDong. See the gallery on Secret Paths Artworks.
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Photos 2019-06-02

Photos 2019-06-02

Visit the gallery on Secret Paths Artworks.
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Ekki Hugsa

Ekki Hugsa

Ekki Hugsa, a composition by Ólafur Arnalds with a choreography by Ásrún Magnúsdóttir and Alexander Roberts. See the gallery on Artworks