Theme
“A writer who waits for ideal conditions under which to work will die without putting a word on paper.”
E. B. White
more rensing production, I can’t wait to be back there…
Amélie Beaudroit www.amelie-beaudroit.com
Planet Principle
Oil on canvas, 92 x 62 cm, 2014

more rensing production, I can’t wait to be back there…

Amélie Beaudroit www.amelie-beaudroit.com

Planet Principle

Oil on canvas, 92 x 62 cm, 2014

great times from the rensing center residence, lot of work, nothing could make me happier than work 10hours a day :)
days of heaven, 2014
oil on wood panel
Amélie Beaudroit

great times from the rensing center residence, lot of work, nothing could make me happier than work 10hours a day :)

days of heaven, 2014

oil on wood panel

Amélie Beaudroit

"Sometimes you wake up. Sometimes the fall kills you. And sometimes, when you fall, you fly."
— Neil Gaiman
John William Waterhouse, Pandora, 1896

John William WaterhousePandora, 1896

In the blue mountains
when the air is cold
waterfalls freeze
still in the mountain
water runs 
deeper.
Happy New Year!!!!
Amélie Beaudroit
2013, oil on canvas

In the blue mountains

when the air is cold

waterfalls freeze

still in the mountain

water runs 

deeper.

Happy New Year!!!!

Amélie Beaudroit

2013, oil on canvas

artchipel:

Kevin Sonmor (b.1959, Canada)

Canadian painter Kevin Sonmor’s iconic work pushes the boundaries between the historical conventions of landscape painting and the contemporary aesthetic of the abstracted landscape. An inspired student of Flemish painting, his visions are dark and atmospheric yet filled with familiar still life objects. These objects float through Sonmor’s rich, painterly landscapes, creating powerfully intriguing works that hover between contemporary and historic painting traditions. Sonmor’s paintings capture the feeling of Northern European still-lifes and Vanitas studies, rendering images in hues and shades of feeling while still carrying a distinctive contemporary edge.

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If there is no feeling, there cannot be great art.
Ray Bradbury