p’tites “merveilles” simples – simple lil’ “wonders”…:-)

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ce matin, les mêmes questions me reviennent: combien de tasses de café noir et de thé vert allons-nous déguster ensemble?… combien de bisous, suivis par:”bonjour, mon amour!”… combien de p’tites “merveilles” pourrions-nous rajouter pour en faire une grande?… je suis simple et j’apprécie depuis tjs la simplicité des gens, car elle prouve la beauté du cœur… au fait, il… Continue reading p’tites “merveilles” simples – simple lil’ “wonders”…:-)


Once again, L’Art Caché has invited so many talented artists that I couldn’t possibly cram them all into one or even two posts this year. The first artist I present to you is one who exhibited here the second year I posted on L’Art Caché. Zarno takes recycling to a new level and any old television, computer or even small plastic cubes are frames for … Continue reading L’ART CACHÉ PART III – 2016

another WW = walkin’ weekend in lively Paris…:-)

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un autre week-end passé à Paris, avec une halte au Bois de Boulogne @ la Fondation Louis Vuitton, œuvre de l’architecte Frank Gehry… des touristes partout, notre capitale est vraiment “une fête mobile”, comme disait Hemingway… une semaine au cœur ensoleillé!🙂 last weekend in Paris with a stop-over by the Bois de Boulogne @ the Louis Vuitton Foundation, designed… Continue reading another WW = walkin’ weekend in lively Paris…:-)

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As promised, we return to the remote French village of Albas for our L’Art Caché or Hidden Art. For those who appreciate a bit of whimsey, we have it. For those who like elegant Japanese pen and ink drawings, we have it. I truly believe that this Exhibition has something for everyone. See much more of Marion’s enchanting characters and other work, check out her website … Continue reading L’ART CACHÉ PART II -2016


Fête Nationale (or to English speakers Bastille Day) is the biggest day in the French Year. Not only is it a time of family, friends and celebration but it is nearing the height of the tourist season. On quatorze juillet (14 July) large crowds gathered all across France to join in the celebration of LIBERTÉ, ÉGALITÈ, FRATERNITÉ from Paris to the tiniest village in the Country.  I … Continue reading VIVE LA FRANCE~

Portes Ouvertes: Cailhau Part 2

As promised, there is more to be seen from the exhibit in Cailhau. I shall provide links to the artists when possible and otherwise refer you to the Artist’s Collective website.artcailhau.blogspot.com and for those of you on Facebook, here is their link: facebook.com/cailhauartistes This first photo is one of a few that are at Atelier galerie Al Trial which is where we left off in Part 1.  … Continue reading Portes Ouvertes: Cailhau Part 2