Monthly Archives: June 2014

Knock Knock

While walking the paths and alleys in small villages in Southern France I’m always on the lookout for “theView full post »

Summer Reds

Blowing in the wind across fields in France, the reds danced.  Painted in Corel X3 with palette knives ~ justView full post »

Vintage Autos

A few weeks ago while we were driving in the city (San Francisco) we spotted a vintage auto parade.  Unfortunately IView full post »

Tulips on My Table

Welcome Summer!  I have just played with some new brushes from John Lowther and I was not disappointed!   These tulipsView full post »

Vide Greniers

Vide Greniers, the flea markets!  When foot traffic is light, you catch a snooze.  Mostly dishes here, so I did notView full post »

Oh, the Markets . . .

When it is market day in any village everyone turns out with their carts and bags.  Most people walk to the market orView full post »

Honey, I’m Home. . . .

Yes, I am back with plenty of my own laundry.  This is from the village of Saissac, France, where there seemed to be aView full post »

Traveling Workshop

I have been gone a full week already ~ enjoying the sights, the sounds, the foods, and the weather of Southern France.View full post »