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Celebration


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Hi everyone!
I couldn’t believe five whole years have gone by since I started this blog.
Forgive my absence.
Lately I have been having computer issues and couldn’t keep you updated with my work, the exhibition, my photography…
But I promise to start posting again as soon as it’s all fixed.
Only then will I feel entitled to fully celebrate this milestone 🙂
Best of luck to all my faithful followers and visitors and best wishes for a safe and warm winter!

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Serenity. Mother/newborn II


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This new mother/newborn is based on impressionism.
Here I wanted to keep intact the soft and tender atmosphere between mother and newborn
without going too much in to details.
Let me know what you think about it.

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Stormy seas 2012


Stormy seas 2012 ©copyright2013owpp

Stormy seas 2012
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This painting was made in a totally different technique. The layer is much thicker and I worked with a iron spatula bringing it back and forth in different directions, with different colors, bringing out certain shades in the process and enhancing it the way I wished.

I hope you like it as much as I had fun with it!
P.s Sorry about the clarity and quality of the photo. Next time will be better, promise.
P.P.s I have changed the photo to a clearer one! Hope you like it better now 🙂

Château dans la brûme 2008 ( Castle in the mist )


Château dans la brûme 2008 ©copyright2013owpp

Château dans la brûme 2008
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In my beginnings, I wanted to experiment every way of drawing, painting, techniques tools and materials. ( I was very curious and adventurous ) There is such an array , I don’t think I’ll ever get through the collection , but that is the reason for the heterogeneity of my paintings and drawings and the different approaches and expressions in my art.
This was drawn in Pastel crayons.
I love its consistency, and the effect it has as a whole.
But I somehow ended up working recently exclusively with acrylic.
My next ” dare ” is to venture into the ” hazards ” of oil painting. I know it is far less simple than acrylic, the fumes, the cleaning up after with white spirit which is so toxic… If you have any suggestions about how to use oil paint in a ecological way, I’m open to new ideas.
Let me know what you think about Pastel.
Have a good day!