Amsterdam and Parisian works

Today is the equinox. Summer is officially over. In Paris today the wind is strong and feels like ocean air. It’s a clearing wind that brings a feeling of change.

And talk about change. In July I left for vacation after preparing many oils for the Carred’artists gallery in Amsterdam. I’d sent off my last shipment and went to the beach for the first time in 2 years.

If you are looking for these Amsterdam paintings do not go to the Amsterdam Gallery to find my them. Contact Carré d’artistes directly  here.  (opens in new window)

To see what’s available look at the Amsterdam Portfolio on my website or go directly to the Carréd’artistes website. (opens in new page)

Here are a few:

I  enjoyed painting Amsterdam and they sold quite well.

But now I’m painting large formats of Paris. Here are a few that are available right now  in the Saint Germain Gallery in Paris:

 

My paintings are also available in
Carré d’Artistes online
Carré d’artistes Beruit
Carré d’artistes Sedona, Arizona
Range of Arts fine art gallery , Honfleur

2 paintings for Beruit

It’s a great pleasure to tell you that two of my paintings were selected to be in the Carré d’Artistes gallery in Beruit, Lebanon.

My paintings have gone many places, including Japan and Taiwan but never to a gallery in Lebanon.

More exciting news coming soon.

 

Postcard from Paris n67

watercolor of a parisian cafe
watercolor of a parisian cafe
n 67 Mojito and Martini

N67  -10x15cm ink, watercolor on Arches paper

I’ve tried all the cafes in Place Contrescarpe. Reluctantly, I inevitably return to Cafe Delmas. The waiters are crisp. The leather club chairs are luxurious. The lighting is low. It’s got atmosphere. It’s got this, j’en sais pas, feeling. All it’s missing is a fireplace.

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Postcard from Paris n66

watercolor of a parisian cafe
watercolor of a parisian cafe
n 66 Saturday homework at the Cafe

N66  -10x15cm ink, watercolor on Arches paper

It’s interesting to me to see young adults meet in a cafe to study. They seem so saavy to me. They have to escape the house, away from parents and younger siblings, go where it’s easier to study.

I can’t remember the name of this cafe but it’s in the 13th on Rue Tolbiac, near Olympiades.

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Postcard from Paris n65

illustration of a Parisian cafe
illustration of a Parisian cafe
65 Morning coffee at the Canon des Gobelins

N65  -10x15cm ink, watercolor on Arches paper

 

Everytime I see these plank floors I think of Gustave Caillebotte’s Les Raboteurs de Parquet .

Can’t see the planks? I know, I know. Just pretend.

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Postcard from Paris n64

illustration of a Parisian cafe
illustration of a Parisian cafe
n 64 tables set  Cave la Bourgogne

N64  -10x15cm ink, watercolor on Arches paper

The Cave la Bourgogne is one of my favorite places in the neighborhood. One sunday morning in winter we were there after shopping in the Mouffetard market. It was January 1st and a bone chilling wind whipped the water spraying from the fountain. I don’t know why the fountain was pumping water.  Didn’t the city think the pipes could have frozen? Whatever.

We were sipping a hot beverage, propably coffee. Can’t get enough of the stuff in the mornings. As we swallowed hot java we gazed out the window. It’s a lovely window. Big… There to our amazement came two guys. It was clear they’d been paryting all night long to celebrate the end of the year. They’d lost their coats along the way. One of the dudes was wearing a short sleeved white t-shirt. One step up from a wife-beater. He wasn’t feeling the cold at all. Because he waved to his friend from the ledge of the fountain then hopped into the water.

I’ll never forget the look on his face after he emerged from the icy water. Stone cold. All trace of tan washed off in the fountain. It was pathetically funny. I felt bad for laughing because he was hurting bad. We watched them hobble away with a very different esprit.

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Postcard from Paris n63

illustration of a Parisian cafe
illustration of a Parisian cafe
63 Petit dej au Canon des Gobelins

N63  -10x15cm ink, watercolor on Arches paper

The Canon des Gobelins is on the corner Avenue de Gobelins and Boulevard Saint Marcel. The barista has a mowhalk. I wonder if he’s always had one.  There are some tall tables where you don’t have to stand at the comptoir but get comptoir prices.

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