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Julie Snyder
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Artist, traveler, mother, Scot
Artist, traveler, mother, Scot

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Arriving in France

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Arriving in France
Amsterdam Airport - Starbucks. Really! After five hours of glorious - repeat, glorious sleep I wake up in France feeling wonderful. I've been flying for 24 hours. Lying down on a very comfortable bed for 5 hours is just what this body needed.  Arrived at ni...

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30 Paintings in 30 Days #22 Garlic Flowers
Garlic Flowers from a Scottish Garden It's the first watercolour I've ever posted. I really enjoyed the process. It's very alive, in the moment and has you thinking 6 steps forward. I love that. These garlic blooms, seemed to dance with each other with a li...

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30 Paintings in 30 Days #21 View from the Top, Gordes
View From the Top, Gordes View From the Top, Gordes 21st painting for the month. (Yep, I have to catch up.)  There's a great little boutique, right off the main square and next to where I was standing painting. If you like linen clothing, it's great. If you...

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30 Paintings in 30 Days #20 Castillion Village
Castillion Village Castillion Village One of the loveliest villages is this medieval one in the Gard region of Provence. It's not too far from Pont du Gard the Roman aqueduct, a magnificent yet busy attraction. There is a vantage point from this village whe...

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30 Paintings in 30 Days #19 Spring Dusk, Apricot Tree at the Chateau
Spring Dusk, Apricot Tree at the Chateau Spring Dusk, Apricot Tree at the Chateau As the light fades at the end of a bright day all the colors change too. Here's how I see that. The Greens lose their warmth and take on a color closer to blue. It doesn't las...

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30 Paintings in 30 Days #18 Summer's Walk to the Kirk, Scotland
Summer's Walk to the Kirk Oil on Board, 8" x 8"  Scotland's reputation for rain is fast eclipsed by a single sunny day.  I pitched my plein air easel by the side of the road leading up to the Kirk. Yes, it is that green. Wildflowers open up to the warmth or...
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