The Cave des Dominicains in Collioure is host to a new exhibition of dramatic paintings by Muriel S. which portray nature charged with energy on the Mediterranean and Cotentin coasts.
Wander around the vicinity of Le Boulou’s old Mairie (arguably this architecturally-underrated town’s most appealing quarter) and you’ll come across a delightful whimsy on the side of a nearby village house. The scene is of a cat on a window ledge and from a distance you’re really not quite sure. It’s not until you get nearer that you can be certain it’s a trompe l’oeil – that most charming of deceptions.
Argelès Photo Nature 2020 is a retrospective of previous shows. Luckily, the photographs are worth a second look and a deeper consideration of the changing state of our natural riches.
With quaint, cobbled streets, pretty squares, lively shops, restaurants, and bars, and art and music museums, there is certainly enough temptation to hang around the town, but there is plenty going on around and about too.
Dina Vierny – Maillol’s Muse Born in Kishinev, in what is now Moldova, in 1919, Dina Vierny and her family moved to France where young Dina became model, muse and platonic companion for artist Maillol,…
A review of Comings and Goings in Céret ; a crime comedy set in 17th century Céret
A new review of New York Times’ Bestseller: Lilac Girls, by Martha Hall Kelly
Daughter of Catalonia is the story of Madeleine, a young woman of Catalan heritage who has been living a staid existence with her grandparents in England.
“Would you rather love the more, and suffer the more; or love the less, and suffer the less? That is, I think, finally, the only real question.”
Picasso’s Guernica, McCrae’s In Flanders’ Fields, even Newton’s discovery of gravity… times of hardship give rise to great creativity and we’re sure that our current situation is no different! Each week we publish YOUR artistic offerings based on a chosen theme.