Isabelle Lafargue is pleased to create a custom pieces. For example she painted the tall ship triptyque below for a customer in Québec or done pieces with family coat of arms or monograms on tableware sets. To get started on a custom piece contact Isabelle and tell her what you have in mind. She will give you a price based on the complexity of the piece. If you live in her area, you can also book a free consultation at her studio.
Tall Ship Triptyque, a custom order for a client in Lévy, Québec, 2016
Custom charger plate with monograms for a restaurant, Saint-Pierre et Miquelon, France, 2011
A gift of Isabelle Lafargue’s hand painted porcelain to your client, employee or executive says they are special, appreciated and a valuable member of the team. As the giver, it speaks of your integrity and thoughtfulness; not to mention your wish to honor them with a quality, Isabelle Lafargue’s creation.Isabelle have years of experience working with corporate clients. She work with you to ensure you walk away with an elegant gift that captures your company, brand and sentiment.
For help with your corporate orders, please call 1.506.850.5620 or email her at email@example.com
The French Minister Frédéric MITTERAND receiving Isabelle's "Capelan Prestige" coffee cup. Saint-Pierre et Miquelon. 2011.
"Moncton Skyline" Déjeuner with platinum, design for the City of Moncton.
CUSTOM PIECE FOR THE VIMY PROJECT :
“The mighty oak trees that grew on Vimy Ridge were destroyed in the great battle fought there in 1917. Leslie Miller, a Canadian soldier who survived the war, retrieved acorns from the battlefield and sent them home to his family in Scarborough, ontario where ten majestic Vimy Oaks still grow today.
The Vimy Oaks Team is working with the Vimy Foundation to repatriate the oaks to France during the 2017 commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge. They will be planted near the new Vimy Education Center located at the Canadian National Vimy Memorial.
The National Executive of P”A”C” was invited to find painters to decorate Limoges cache pots to be presented to dignitaries including Queen Elisabeth II, the Presidents of France and Germany, and our Governor General. Each cache pot will contain a Vimy Oak seedling. The artists who contributed their talents are Linda Phelps of British Columbia, Glenda Lenz of Alberta, Elizabeth Fry of Ontario, Marlene Egan and Sol Labos Brien of Quebec, and Isabelle LaFargue of Saint-Pierre et Miquelon, now living in New-Brunswick. Each was given a theme and created wonderful art in very different styles. The results are stirring.
These Vimy cache pots will be on display thos month at our convention in Montreal, and later at the Gardiner Museumin Toronto from October 31 to November 13. Plans are in the works to have the cache pots displayed at the Canadian Cultural Center in Paris before the presentations in France and Great Britain.
This has been a wonderful opportunity for P”A”C” and our artists. We are very proud and privileged to be part of this great endeavour.” (Porcelain Artists of Canada, May 2016, p15)