An Invitation to Gaze

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Wednesday, 20 March 2013

Miro's Girl

(Above) Miro's Girl 2012
A Digital Finger Painting
(Brushes App on iPad)

I did this painting after seeing Miro's "Jeune fille s'évadant" at the Maeght Foundation in St Paul de Vence.

The Maeght Foundation is a wonderful collection of modern art. Some of the work is displayed inside but much of the sculpture is displayed outside in the gardens and in Miro's Labyrinth, which Les and I enjoyed exploring.

(Above) Les in Miro's Labyrinth, Maeght Foundation, St Paul de Vence France. Les is the smiley face on the right.

(Below) Me and a close encounter of the third kind in Miro's Labyrinth. That's me with the long hair.

(Below) Les sporting an Easter bonnet
"Caresse d'un oiseau" a totem by Joan Miro
Maeght Foundation, St Paul de Vence near Nice in France.

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