WATERCOLOURS and PASTELS

"Gallery 1"  present recent original works still available, some of which never got a chance to be shown, as participating in fairs or exhibitions has become more rare and hazardous.
On demand, they also can be printed as Giclees Prints or Greeting Cards.
(Sizes refer to the unmounted original picture.)

GALLERY 1
Originals

In "Gallery 2"  are listed more ancient paintings, which can always be reproduced as Prints (giclees) or greeting cards, but the original no longer exists.
The page "Info-Prices" will give you all details on sizes and printing for all reproductions that can be made on demand.
  

GALLERY 2
Prints
Greeting Cards

Sharing my life between two residences, time is becoming short to face all the activities involved in creating
new paintings, taking part in group events, exhibitions, craft-fairs or workshops, while keeping this site regularly updated.
From now on, my time is more devoted to decoration, for my entourage or myself, with some recent realisations
more intended as gifts for friends or family. Here a few examples :
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Pastels
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Above : "West Highland Cottage", Chromacolour 48 x 38 cm... and right :
"An old bridge in the Highland", Pastel 39 x 29 cm,
(Two paintings offered as gifts).
Left : two panel doors of a pine cupboard, decorated with Pandas.
(Acrylic Chromacolour 80 x 60 cm.)
This portrait of Loogie, my wonderful companion, is never to be sold.
(Pastel - 39 x 29 cm)
This small poem inspired me the watercolour hereunder,
which remains one of my best memories :
Sometimes, on a summer morning, when it's early, and all is calm and still,
When the dew shines bright as diamonds and the sun illuminates the hill,
It only lasts a little while, a gentle peace before the hustle of the day,
And in this precious, magic moment, something beautiful seems but a step away
A bright morning on River Enrick, Lochletter (39 x 28 cm) (sold) Winter Iris (Pastel 38x28cm)
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Music on this page and galleries is the Canon of Johann Pachelbel, Nuremberg 1653 - 1706
Update : June 2006