From the outside, Etriac is a modest church with a small façade surmounted by a line of corbels of little interest. Seen from the North, it is a long, fortress-like barn of a building. The mayor really should find somewhere else to put the dustbin!
Inside, there is a theatrical-looking procenium arch dividing the nave and the choir. However, the sculptures on the capitals are of remarkable quality. The masks, birds, beasts and figures are mostly entwined in foliage, recalling those of Conzac, Plassac and Chateauneuf, none of which are far away. One scultured group of Green Men and birds – looking rather like cocks – reminded me of one of the capitals at Cercles on the crossing, just to the left of the choir.