Monday, November 29, 2010

The Door and The Red Town


                                                                     " The Red Town " 
                                                               21" x 29"  Watercolor on Lanaquarelle 300lb paper.

The Red Town was created in 2003. You can perceive the influence of my past surrounding. This painting was made in Idaho, long after I left Nimes.




                                                                         " The Door I "
                                                               21" x 29 " Watercolor on Lanaquarelle 300 lb paper

The Door made around 2004 or memory of the arch shape.

France


Photo by Carver Kearney

I was born and raised in France, until I moved to the United States in 1997. I grew up surrounded by the light and colors of Provence, but most of all Roman architecture . This is the Arena of Arles build in I B.C. My home town is named Nimes , Nemausus in Roman is half hours drive from Arles.


Photo by Carver kearney

" Le Pont du Gard " Roman Aqueduct build around 19 BC .

Friday, November 26, 2010

Historical View


" Historical View"
23" x 22" Mixed media on Lanaquarelle 300lb watercolor paper

New painting ready to go to Spokane .Opening Friday 3rd at 5:00 pm" Arbor Crest Winery" at The River Park Square 3rd floor.. Take time to visit if you get to Spokane during this Holiday Season. Until the 3rd of January 2011......with seven new pieces.



Thursday, November 25, 2010

Song for Life

Song For Life
23" x 22" Mixed Media on Lanaquarelle Watercolor 300 lb paper

Friday, November 19, 2010

Drop of Sweetness

Drop of Sweetness
15" x 14" Mixed Media on 300lb Lanaquarelle watercolor paper


Drop Of Sweetness has a special place in my heart. It symbolize the tremandous strenght one can develop and the ablity to share it with so much sweetness. It is dedicated to a dear friend.





Thursday, November 18, 2010

Living Things

Living Things 22" x 23" Mixed Media on 300 lb Lanaquarelle watercolor paper

The present apparition found in my paintings of naturals forms and the divines shapes of creatures is an indication of my pursuit in understanding life mysterious appearances.