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Posts from the Var Side, 2016 – 3. Painting Spaces

Walls. Walks. There come moments when it’s difficult to know how accidental any of this may be. But the town continues to reveal its art. Meanwhile I’m still trying to figure out the boats, their spaces. In other news, the … Continue reading

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Posts from the Var Side, 2016 – 2. Paintings Too

Walking the town, it’s an additional thrill to watch for walls and windows; the spaces between where most things are. And squaring these quite simply with the phone’s camera. My relationship with Instagram is a good one. I like the … Continue reading

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Third Painting

I saw down a little road to a huddle of buildings; conspiring to sleep in the daytime.  

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Second Painting

Another painty sketchy watercolour view onto windows and daytime sun and shade. This is, again, the view of the window and rooftops to our rear. The colours grew bolder and deeper as I worked, almost demanding saturation. It’s a story … Continue reading

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First Painting

… of the holidays, yesterday. I picked up and unwrapped the little cheap set of watercolours I bought in North Wales before coming to France – and I set up at the balcony table. It’s a bright sketch, and there’s … Continue reading

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