Panier of Plenty

Looking up

…from the kitchen table, which is where all reflection currently takes place. This is the view to my far left – above the row of houses, vegetable gardens and chooks – to the hills that frame this part of the constantly-changing vista. I keep wondering about the inspiration of the Cubists – the architecture here in Céret certainly lends itself to deconstructed angular expressions. As my new atelier takes shape I am planning new projects and researching the history of the modern art movement here… keen to embark on the ‘Chemin Faisant, Chemins Sublimés’ walk, map in hand…

Musée d'art moderne

Musée d’art moderne

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musée_d’Art_Moderne_de_Céret

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One thought on “Looking up

  1. mesarapugs on said:

    Wow! That’s some view to contemplate! Beautiful! 🙂

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