This painting diary is from my recent trip to Arolla. I'm stayed in a fantastic hotel surrounded by pine forest and snowy mountains. The start of the week consisted of skiing and walking about the region to discover the views and see what inspires me the most. ...Lire la suite
"Art for happiness" is what comes to mind writing this article, hence the title. Danny & Penelope are a couple, and both good friends of mine. Danny and I first met over a cup of tea at a bakery in Champéry. Due to our shared interest in art and...Lire la suite
Getting to know Elizabeth Lamarche: I first met Elizabeth whilst attending the Charles Cecil studios in Florence 6 years ago. We studied together, painting portraits, drawing the figure. Immersing ourselves, along with the other students in all that Florence has to offer. It really is a unique experience that provides each artist with...Lire la suite
It took some time. We had a plan, but it’s surprisingly hard to get enough consecutive days of similar autumnal weather. High up in the Alps on the Axe Apollon – Saint-Michel where every side of each peak has its own micro-climate.
Finally, just before I need to head to Wales again we get a window.
For many a portrait artist, the main inspiration is light. The beauty of a great painting is often found in the artist’s study of chiaroscuro. Take portrait artist Rembrandt for example, Vermeer & Monet, too. They all depicted light in their own way but what remains constant is that the lighting within their paintings is often the first most striking element pulling us in to look further.
Georges Lambert is a talented jeweller, living and working in the Center of Geneva, a city more known for the number of Swiss banks, Lake Léman and high street shopping. Georges offers a welcome contrast to this, making handmade jewellery in his small atelier at the heart of the old town. I sat down and had a chat with Georges to find out how this all came about, what inspires him and what sets his works apart from the rest.
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