Category Archives: cyprianism

“Behind the Painting” with Catherine Abel

Cyprianist artist, Catherine Abel, talks about what drives her and the evolution of her painting. A perfect treat for the season of Le Chien (Beauty/Envy) – a time when the art of painting is featured. Enjoy. “That drive for absolute … Continue reading

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Defying Baudelaire

In The Painter of Modern Life, Charles Baudelaire wrote, “What poet would dare, in depicting the pleasure caused by the appearance of a great beauty, separate the woman from her dress”. This is the motivation behind this mixed media piece from my … Continue reading

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For Ginette Lanthélme…

No yachts for a few days… We’ll see you beyond the Diamond Gate.

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Life Lessons from Art – Harmony

I love Beautiful synchronicity. Yesterday, as I was preparing to write something about today’s Feast of Miriam I began looking at paintings of Mary Magdalene and saving them on my computer. But at the same time I began to feel … Continue reading

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Cora Cocktail

After much research to find the original recipe for the “Tears of Cora Pearl” and speaking with several rockstar cocktaliers in Chicago, I ended up just winging it last night and made something I’m very proud of. Since it made … Continue reading

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The Feast of Soft Cakes – July 8th

July 8th is a very sweet day! Phew, what a whirlwind weekend of holidays. First, here in the United States was the fourth of July which found me and Madame traveling up to Wisconsin to visit dear friends at their … Continue reading

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