Sunday, May 20, 2012


This is the last and biggest painting of Guilin - nearly a metre wide.
This is how it started,
painted with THE BRUSH I bought at Jingdezhen.
So, what's all this fuss about Guilin???
Here are a few pics of the area and the Li river in S Central China.
How could I not be overwhelmed and inspired?

The next post will be my 200th and I'll have a little give away.
The post will be about the long awaited opening of the 'Culture 2 Culture' exhibition. All looking good - Hanging and setting up on Tuesday and Wednesday, opening on Friday - woohoo.


  1. How I wish I could be there to attend the opening and to stand in front of your amazing paintings to be inspired, to be rendered speechless, to breath, to be in awe, to just see for myself these glorious paintings. And to meet you.

    What a wonderful show you're going to have!

  2. oh, thanks Jennifer - yes, wish I could meet you too - I'll have a few bubbles for you xoxoxo

  3. Oh yes, a place like Guilin is worthy of many paintings and what beautiful paintings they are!The image of the paint brush is a work of art in itself.

  4. un pinceau indé me réjouis pour le 200ème!

  5. Guilin is very beautiful but your paintings are breathtaking. Lots of success with the exhibition.

  6. Noela - 1 word - stunning!! See you there - this is enough to book a ticket!! Cheers!!

  7. Wow!! Yes- how could you not be inspired!! These are great work!!

  8. that is a very beautiful painting

  9. I love your painting of what surly is a most beautifully inspirational place...