Monday, April 27, 2015
Walking all around the peninsula in Cap d'Antibes last week, and sketching and painting along the way, was very tiring and extremely wonderful. The views are magnificent, the group from Paris I joined was a very nice group, and very talented watercolorists.
Almost every small town along the Côte d'Azur has a house/museum that belonged to Picasso. He seemed to have filled a house with art, such a prolific artist, then buy another house in the next town, and work in a different style. I'm exaggerating, but there are 12 houses in 12 towns where Picasso lived in the south of France, at one point or another!!!I've only visited a few.
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Sunday, April 12, 2015
Tonight was Ray at Night, a second Saturday of the month art walk, with music, food, art! If you missed us tonight, make a note to come over the second Saturday in May!
Saturday, April 11, 2015
Thursday, April 9, 2015
It is such a pleasure to visit this art museum, every time I'm in Sevilla, Spain. In my experience, it is always open, free, and with patios to rest between visiting galleries of paintings and standing on your feet for a long period. Then a patio with plants, a water fountain, or an "aljibe"= water well, appears for your rest and comfort. It is walking distance from downtown's El Corte Ingles, from the famous bar "La Campana", and the elegant shopping Calle Sierpes. When I rest for a few minutes, I do a little sketch or watercolor, like this one painted a few years ago.