Toyah Willcox selects John Dyer and Joanne Short Art for Menton Apartment

Published on 04/14/2008

Your fantastic paintings not only brought the apartment to life, but also put the energy of the Riviera indoors!” Toyah Willcox 2008

Left:
John Dyer in Toyah Wilcox’s apartment in Menton with some of the new paintings that are on display. Photo by Martha-Lilly Dyer

A+ Properties in Menton on the French Riviera have arranged with Galerie Monaco and Toyah Willcox to hang a selection of original paintings by artists John Dyer and Joanne Short in the Rock Star’s fabulous Old Town Apartment in Menton.

Toyah was taken with the artists work when she recently visited the offices of A+ Properties and made a request to have her apartment hung with the new paintings from the artists’ Côte d’Azur collection.

The paintings are on display for a series of magazine and TV articles that are being organised over the next couple of months.

The Mail on Sunday and ‘Through the Key Hole’ are arranging photo shoots at the apartment with the star and the paintings by the artists will feature in the articles.

Left: The view from Toyah’s apartment in the old town of Menton on the South Coast of France.

By John Dyer 24 x 36 inches acrylic on board

The French Riviera is as varied as it is beautiful; the glamorous hot spots, medieval mountain villages, lush gardens and famous beaches are irresistible attractions. It is no surprise that so many people should want their own place on the famous Cote d’Azur. 

We can help find and buy the property that you want, everything from a cheerful holiday apartment to a luxurious villa residence.  

As A+ Properties was established to provide buyers with the extensive and flexible service that I would have wanted when I bought my first home here, we will provide you with as much assistance as 
you want through every step in the process. 
Give us a call, or drop in if you are in Menton, 
and we will discuss how you can acquire your 
perfect property on the French Riviera.

Tracy Egan 
Managing Director