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Talking about Rococo, Tea Cups and "Beauty and the Beast"

“Beauty and the Beast” releases in theaters today and dear God I couldn’t be more excited! Although I may not be able to make it to the theater for a few more days, I’d like to celebrate this happy day with my latest art piece, a colored pencil drawing inspired by the Rococo art period, a movement that is very much visible in “Beauty and the Beast.” 355 more words


An American in Paris

Some fun picture edits while visiting Paris. The picture with glass bottles is from Fragonard, a famous French perfumer. Photos were edited in either Prisma or Lucid. 19 more words

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One year older...

I got older on Thursday and each birthday I am surprised to see how time flies! But well there is nothing to do about it… 100 more words

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Miss Teri: Juxtaposing Rococo, Graffiti and Montreal’s Urban Landscape

An eighteenth-century aristocratic woman wearing a pastel yellow dress, specifically a mantua, reclines on a bed of dark and seemingly polluted clouds with hovering pigeons. She would appear to be gazing at the viewer, however, her face is pixelated, obstructing her identity. 442 more words

France: Grasse

Last week I took you to Saint-Jean Cap Ferrat and Villa Ephrussi De Rothschild. In today’s travelpost I will take you to another city in the south of France, which we visited during that same holiday: Grasse.  520 more words