Monthly Archives: October 2010

Essayez celui…

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Four new watercolors…au souvenirs du temps trouve

Just finished these four pieces. I’m back in my studio now, retracing my route, trying to relive the journey and all it’s challenges, discoveries and wonder. Stay  tuned for  more narrative about what I observed of French and German culture … Continue reading

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5 New pastels of Paris

These are the latest studies for finished pastels for my exhibits in Atlanta. Stay tuned for a trip summary blog and more info…

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Paris, new sketches

These are new sketches of Paris. stay tuned for more …

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Paris encore

PARIS JE NE T’AIM PAS Frankly, Paris, would not be my first choice to finish this 25 day Odysee/ adventure. But, It happened to be the cheapest flight back to the U.S. and also where my parents and brother and … Continue reading

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Wo ist Walter? More sketches

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Wo ist Walter? Ou est Waltaire?

Ou est Walter? Wo ist Walter? Walter est en Reims! Pronounced “ranz” without the “n”. At the moment I am in champagne country and home of France’s largest Cathedral (it is quite impressive) You could google Reims for a full … Continue reading

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Hot off the sketchbook

These are fresh images of Metz today. Stay tuned for an adventure on a night train to Reims tonight. (clue: French trains are very different from German trains)

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More ghosts of Verdun

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Ghosts of Verdun

Yesterday, after a painful 3 hour bus ride from Metz to Verdun, I was more than pleasantly surprised with Verdun. I was smitten by the friendliness and charm of this historic village and WWl battlefield. Despite the bloodstains of almost … Continue reading

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