Dans le train avec mes bébés
A drawing a day? It was one plan – and I have not missed the chance of drawing in the street, at the pool, by the river and of the captives on the trains. Here are a couple of earlier moments of two of my companions on this hearty adventure. And of these two, they are not with me right now for, six weeks has flown by, the summer holidays are over and they have started out at their new French schools this week – so proud of them. Here they name each school after illustrious French personalities like resistance fighters, artists, musicians, writers, scientists and leaders. Mine scored singers all round and are at Yves Duteil, named after a contemporary French singer songwriter. If you want some acoustic guitar melody with touching French lyrics, do head his way … http://blog.yvesduteil.com/blog/ And and Aristide Bruant – the French cabaret singer well known as the man in the red scarf in the famous posters by Henri de Toulouse Latrec. A little of him is here … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aristide_Bruant And what do they do here – all students in French schools study philosophy in their last year of school – and mine – hopefully they will take in a bit, think some, share a little, make firends, enjoy moments, broaden horizons and learn some French too. So now that the children are at school and I am in the studio (more on that later), painting is on …
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