The heart of L’Occitane, a region long aeons famous for wines chosen for kings. This fine painting is a present at, château de Saurs I’ll recover it as soon as ‘lock down’ eases meanwhile I’ve updated the web site page, château de Saurs. #Painting on canvas, created partly on location one of a series created … Read more
My #painting “Sunrise 4th August”, new on my web site, one of a remarkable series yet to be exhibited. A mysterious sunrise rich with the promise of a new day, a painting by Gordon Frickers, measures 30 x 40 cm (12″ x 16″), yours for £850. Purchase Now with Paypal or bank to bank One … Read more
Wild weather on the aptly named cote Savage today, a strong gale [force 8] with heavy rain intermittent with bright sunshine, very bracing, the cliff cafe recommended after a brisk walk !
Here’s something to cheer us up, this delightful painting, while we are thinking of the terrible forest fires in Australia and California, with deepest sympathy for the victims, their families and so many animals… One of my “Forest Project”, a remarkable colour experiment series made on location SW #France. Trees in a Breeze , … Read more
How was your Christmas day?
Did all your bells jingle?
Good for you and those you love I hope?
Christmas day means many things to many people; the basic message is peace and good will to all people.
I’ll drink to that.
Will you join me in that?
I was fortunate; a lovely day, warm under blue skies.
Lunch was by invitation of French friends who speak fair English at the ancient bastide of Castelnau de Montmiral.
What does your house smell of today ?
Mine smells of picture varnish.
A painting is not just for Christmas; from a recognised artist, a painting is an investment.
The surface should after 3 to 6 months be treated with 2 coats of picture varnish.
That is what I’ve just done for my “Château de Saurs” which 76 x 121 cm (30″ x 48″), oils on canvas, available, £12,500.
Busy days, a selection of photos, everything except Cahors where i was unable to take a photograph, mostly these are from this West Tarn region.
That said, the first is from yesterday Toulouse hence the photo of Place Victor Hugo, a place very near where my meeting with a gentleman from the Toulouse Business Exchange was held.
Other photos, other places visited in the past few days and with a bit of luck and a following wind, back to the famous town of Cahors.
The lock on my post box has jammed, even WD 40 would not shift it. Neither the nice lady from La Poste or I couldn’t open it. Meanwhile snails were feasting.