Category: Portraiture

Faces Everywhere…

Funny how things get connected these days through thin invisible digital threads… An artist came to the gallery today => I posted a link to his work => Someone “liked” my post => I went to see their blog => that reminded me of a drawing which happened long time ago… That drawing “happened”. One […]

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Boy in the Dunes

Ollie

Yesterday Jee Yeon and I with the kids spent part of the afternoon at Karen and Peter’s under the pretext to look at the chickens. Kids had a great time in the swimming pool, while we chatted on a very Mediterranean looking terrace, with the flag-stoned court and huge views over the valley. The Mediterranean feel […]

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about portraiture…

 I love portraiture, and I have many reasons why people should have their portraits painted.  It is unfortunate, that there is a stigma of a “vain thing to do” attached to commissioning a portrait – of oneself, or even of one’s family or friends. Sure, it involves time and money (and other more intangible things) […]

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