Tag: provence

Listening to meaningful colors

Listening to meaningful colors

“First I dream my paintings, then I paint my dreams.” That’s what Van Gogh said. Quite odd way of putting colors on a white canvas, isn’t it? Actually, that’s one of the best starting point, especially if you want to give value and meaning to […]

Sketching the heart of Provence

Sketching the heart of Provence

Glittering memories of a walk through “Le Souquet”. The most picturesque hidden corner of Cannes, found only when we were about to leave. Anyway, it was enough to breathe a bit of that special atmosphere: pastel walls, painted by climbing flowers and polished doors. Where […]

A raccoon around Cannes: day 5

A raccoon around Cannes: day 5

The last day has finally come up also in Cannes. It won’t be easy to leave these now well known streets, like the beautiful and crowded Rue d’Antibes. It’s better to sweep it from the beginning to the end, just to feel Cannes’ unique atmosphere. […]

A raccoon around Cannes: day 4

A raccoon around Cannes: day 4

Looking for rainbows, we have to visit one of the local markets: a crowded mass of boxes, fruit vegetables and typical products of Provence. Marché Gambetta is the first one, followed by Marché Forville. Raviolo lost himself in the lines of fresh colors of vegetables: […]