I forgot to announce that my paintings went up on September 30th in Carré d’Artistes Sedona gallery. When they invited me to paint for the Sedona gallery I hesitated. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to. I’d been painting cityscapes of Paris for the last nine years. Several conincidences made me decide, yes.
The word Arizona kept popping up in unexpected places. For instance I was jogging through Luxembourg Gardens and saw a poster of the Grand Canyon. It was publicity for an exhibition at the Palais de l’Eau in Paris. I went to the exhibition and walked all the way back, along the Seine. That day I took excellent photos for the next series of Paris paintings I am planning.
Other things happened but Arizona was on my mind. When I was a child we went often to Arizona, driving through the Painted Desert. Everytime I saw a cactus, I had to touch it. My mother spent hours plucking needles out of my soft skin.
It’s funny how life brings you full circle.
One of my mannequins is for sale at Carre d’Artistes Sedona gallery, here is a photo from Instagram.
The first forty paintings I did seem to be flying out the door.
I wish I was in Sedona this week to see the plein air painters. There are some excellent artists at work. Check out the website for the festival: Sedona Plein Air Festival.
Painting onsite is so much fun. I painted Tuscany for 20 years before moving to Paris.
If you want to see what I’m painting, check my instagram feed up on the top right.
4 thoughts on “My paintings in Sedona, Arizona”
By chance I stopped in Sedona for a couple of days after hiking the Grand Canyon, and equally by chance I happened upon Carre d’Artistes where I was completely captivated by your paintings! It took all the will-power I could muster to only buy three of them. They are simply wonderful!
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This is a nice way to start my day. Thank you. Can you send a pic when you hang them? I’d love to post it on my blog.
Certainly. But please be patient … Between traveling and needing to get them framed, it will be a few weeks.
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