The Saint Hilaire Gallery
Our art gallery and exhibition space was designed to give artists an opportunity to show their work in an uncluttered environment, free from the restrictions of urban galleries. The gallery is a large open space of approximately 90m, created out of the many small cubicles where the grape pickers used to sleep during the harvest.
Admission to the gallery is free with changing exhibitions over the summer months alongside our historical exhibition about the Domaine and its illustrious owner Baron Hilaire Reynaud and his family.
Jennifer Goss was born in the United States and resides in the South of France. She is a painter and activist in the therapeutic use of art, working in Africa and the Middle East.
In recent years, Jennifer concentrated her artwork on the impact of trauma on women, many of whom have been caught in the crossfire of war and other abuses suffered by women universally.
Jennifer’s work has a sense of mystery, wonder, and beauty. Drawing from past experiences, memories, and emotional connections, she uses compositional techniques and colour choices to re-interpret empathetic responses to life’s transitions.
She feels that in vulnerability and brokenness we are able to sense the Divine in our lives and, by grace, unlock the mystery of our intrinsic beauty.