The famous wine estate Château Montus organized, last September, a call for applications to revive skeletons of trees tadpoles sometimes dismantled. As one of the major solutions for an agriculture of the future in a bio-environmental concern, Alain Brumont then turned towards excellence.
Its goal is the sustainable maintenance of such trees in the landscape. This is why, on the occasion of the 2018 Heritage Days, Château Montus has submitted its precious tadpole carcasses to the sensibility of artists, including Stéphanie Langard, to illustrate the rich cultural landscape of Bigorre and Gascony .
Two monumental sculptures made by the artist in a limited time of a week are exhibited from September 2018 on the property.