…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…
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