|Still life with Teapot w.c. 15" x 11" Just had to try out my new prop....love Mexican pottery!|
|"Window Shadows" 20" x 16" w.c A friend bought me some wc paper 16" x 20" I like this size.|
| "Globos and Tiendas" w.c. 11 x 15" El Iris is my favorite store to paint in San Miguel ! It's a stationery store selling everything under the sun. The balloon seller was great in this setting!|
Workshop: Rincon de Guayabitos , Nayarit ( near Puerto Vallarta) starting to fill but 5 places open. Begins Nov. 26th to Dec.1st 2012 let me know soon.
Workshop: Sanary, Provence France.... Sept . 2013 Only a few committed so far, let me know if you're interested.
Check out Robins blog. She's just posted an article about our gallery/ studio with some in studio photos - robintalkscookstravels.blogspot.com She has a great blog and leads some wonderful tours in Mexico; to shop and see crafts being made and enjoying wonderful food along the way. -there's a link to the right on the home page. Donna
Great painting of the Iris store. Great building.ReplyDelete
Thanks Robin. It's still an old fashioned Mexican store. The older lady figures out everything on little bits of paper. Its a wonder they can find what you're looking for as it's so stuffed with things, but they usually do!Love it! DonnaDelete
I can't plein air paint with you, but love getting the photos and updates. I especially like your "Globos and Tiendas". Hope to be able to participate in a workshop one of these days. I'm now following Robin's blog at your recommendation and am enjoying it much.ReplyDelete
I had a chance to combine my two loves in life recently and had a two weeks' holiday in wonderful France, to which I had been before, and had loved so much. I took a little Renault rental car and headed off from Paris, to the Palace of Versailles, to Chartres then southward to sunny Provence, via the Auvergne region, with the Songs of the Auvergne playing repeated on the CD player.ReplyDelete
Magnifique, comme toujours. I saw many art galleries and followed the footsteps of artists, like poor Vincent Van Gogh.
Back home all too soon, I ordered a canvas print from wahooart.com, choosing this painting by Cézanne, http://EN.WahooArt.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-8EWNWL, to remember my trip by.