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For the first time, and perhaps because of the recent confinement, when I tried out old-fashioned activities, I made a syrup from the flowers of…

May 11th marks the end of our (first?) 55 days of enforced isolation. What a peculiar experience it has been! With all commercial venues save…

On March 17 we in France were all ordered to stay home to avoid spreading and catching the mysterious virus that was rampaging across the…

Here are four prints I made from linoleum blocks I carved. They represent iconic landscapes close to where I live. This week of isolation, I…

Sometimes I need to take a break from painting, and messing about with linoleum printing provides a nice change of pace. No colour, no tonal…

My family has always been scattered across the Atlantic and Continental US. For much of my life, my parents and sister lived in France, while…

During most of my stay in Argentina I was near the Río de la Plata, which means “River of Silver”, since it was the route…

This enormous old oak tree resides in nearby Jouques. I imagine how much has changed during its lifetime. It still provides shade and a sense…

At the nearby open-air zoo were a few fenced-off grey wolves. They were wrangling over supermarket-bought chicken carcasses. I thought this was sad and an…

Wanting a break from bustling, noisy Buenos Aires, and on the recommendation of a tango friend from there, I chose to spend a few days…

  Coming from Calafate, I flew over the Magellan Strait to come to the Tierra del Fuego, and the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia….

About halfway into my Argentina adventure, I made a side trip to Patagonia, spending three days in El Calafate in the Andes mountains on the…

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