Tag: paris

From Watteau to Fragonard… Les fêtes galantes

When in Paris, most people seem to line up like ants at either the Louvre or Musée d’Orsay. Both of which will have vast queues tailing back beyond the limits of patience, even for those who bare tickets. By going a just little further out some rare treats may be found such as the Jacquemart-André Museum. Recently, I went to… Read more →

Waiting… (2014)

I’ve spent more time than I’m used to working on the same piece lately. It’s a big one and I’m not done yet.  This can get quite frustrating as I’ve felt like I’ve been on a roll creatively,  and not completing a piece feels inhibiting. Today I decided to break the routine by doing something different to stir myself up… Read more →