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artiste en residence
artiste en residence

artiste en residence

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Artiste en Residence

I turned the two paintings I started last week to the wall (I will look at them afresh later and hopefully finish them) and concentrated on the large square, which I have now finished it just needs a name

artiste en residence

place with no name

I then started on the two small boards that I thought I would do as a diptych.

artiste en residence

diptych

Not at all sure about this?  very strange!

artiste en residence

diptych

No it has to go!

view from studio window

From the window of the studio all I can see is trees, which is a great shame as the Vienne River is down there somewhere…

artiste en residence

tree line

when I started the largest of the boards I had prepped, the only thing I could think to do was the horizon of trees, it seems the trees are entering my psyche…

trees

the idea

once I had put them in I realised that the ground should have been put in first. phew lets hope I can pull it off.

artiste en residence

WIP – still some way to go

Diptych

Those darn trees!

I have prepped the ground on the diptych for ‘them there trees’ a line of them will go across the horizon

artiste en residence

diptych – again

Fingers crossed; all goes well with them.

a motley bunch of work! I had thought I would make a coherent body of work to show.  fingers crossed it will all meld together

I would love to know your thoughts on the work so far, in the comments below

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6 Comments

  1. Excited for you experiencing of your new environment in France. Love ‘Tree Line’ but then I would wouldn’t I ?

    Michael

  2. Well done, you are working well…
    The show will look great

  3. Hi Sharon, I love watching your work progress! How exciting that you are doing a residency in France. It’s interesting how a new environment can shape and influence our work. How long are you there for?

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