A number of people said they would like a Pickle picture in calm weather so now we can offer alternatives of the pair.
This is a rare chance to purchase a fine example of this artist at her best.
Carcassonne a possibly the classic medieval city has been in our sights quite a bit recently.
I’ve taken some classic photos of Carcassonne, never quite like this though.
August 03, 2011 7:39 A.M. Mike Robbins started the following correspondence hoping I could identify a painting possibly by the “Cornish” artist W.A. Frickers.
Mike generously concluded with “I’m really glad to have made the connection and found you thanks to the wonders of the Internet. Your works are simply fantastic, and your website is a joy to visit. All the very best to you for the future”.
This tale is reproduced with his kind permission, enjoy:
Received recently, please find enclosed a picture of an oil painting by Gordon Frickers.
Using an SLR Canon D 60. If you use this info other from this site and blog, please credit generously.
Doing so enhances your credibility and ours , win win.
This also means, coming soon, pictures and histories of a veritable collection of new paintings, book mark this blog for a feast!
Many of us are following with great concern events in Egypt, a great country an amazing history and who’s often courageous people are faced with grave challenges
My favourite comment was:
Posted on Facebook by an Israeli:
“Dear Egyptian rioters, please don’t damage the pyramids.
We will not rebuild.
It is blackened and a small piece of the centre plaster piece at the top has broken off.
Is it worth it?”
Had an interesting comment come in recently regarding the much acclaimed marine painting in print as “I have urgent dispatches“, copies available using PayPal via page
The gentleman in question wrote:
A beautiful full moon rise here in an almost clear calm sky heralds the start of the Easter vacations in France.
The most immediate effect of this will be a marked decline in Internet speed as thousands of kids go online and more Gendarmerie on the roads with portable radar, neither issue helping those of us with work to do!
In general the Internet in France is patchy as is mobile phone reception, neither being as fast and reliable as in England.