A CASE OF YOU – Joni Mitchell, Canadian songwriter

I am first of all a painter, then a musician Its area was inhabited long before any permanent settlement was established, to which the ongoing archaeological work at Wanuskewin Heritage Park. Saskatoon is the largest city in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. One of the city’s landmarks is the Delta Bessborough Hotel, http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/yxedb-delta-hotels-bessborough/ among the last railway hotels to be …

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AN EXCITING CANADIAN JOURNEY – From the Irving House in New Westminster to the Art Gallery in Hamilton

A creative impulse that generates sounds, colors and words, even between bears and whales In the hinterland of Vancouver the northern forests dominate the landscape, with endless expanses of ancient trees where Kermode albino bears live, along with the Grizzlies and giant elks. Even a journey between bears and whales is a suggestive experience. The holiday in Canada is synonymous …

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CANADIAN CREATIVITY LANDSCAPES

Even between bears and whales Our proposal offers you the departure from New Westminster and the arrival in Hamilton, a author’s journey under the Canadian skies where two painters, a writer and a singer gave sounds, colors and words to their creative impulse. The intellectual property of the images that appear in this blog correspond to their authors. The sole …

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THE DOUBLE HOOK – A novel written by Sheila Watson

A seminal work in the development of contemporary Canadian literature Before the settlers arrived, the area was inhabited by Qayqayt First Nation. It is located in the Burrard Peninsula, on the north bank of the Fraser River, 19 km southeast of Vancouver. New Westminster is a town of historical importance, in British Columbia (Canada). The main feature of the New …

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NEBULA – Desi di Nardo / When a poem doesn’t fly, simply leave it alone.

Exploring inner and outer landscapes Toronto https://www.visitacity.com/en/toronto is a tidy city, its checkerboard jersey makes it a city easy to get around, in which orientation is not complicated. Toronto is a city full of things to see. Maple syrup, zoo and aquarium, Yorkville and Queen Street, the CN Tower and the banks of Ontario. Not only. The St. Lawrence Market …

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MARCELO SUAZNABAR (1970) SURREALIST PAINTER – Work constantly, creating new challenges, because it keeps creativity moving

Setting imagination free, in work and explorations Here live an creative man. In Newmarket http://www.newmarket.ca/ you can see a reconstruction of the first Canadian villages, which recalls the traditions and architecture of the rural past of Ontario. Between green and dirt roads, the Black Creek Pioneer Village complex has the charm of times gone by. Its buildings are furnished in …

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HELEN GALLOWAY MCNICOLL (1879/1915), CANADIAN IMPRESSIONIST PAINTER – Painter of working women and maternal themes in outdoor settings

A creative woman, profoundly original and technically accomplished Following the modern school of sunlit effects and in absolute sincerity, her style was broad and simple. While acknowledging the new woman of the modernist age, she had drew her subject-matter from the tradition of Impressionist women painters. HELEN GALLOWAY MCNICOLL, daughter of David McNicoll and Emilie Pashley, she was born in …

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TRIANGLE OF CREATIVITY – Traveling together with four special French, from Courbevoie to Le Cannet

When creativity feeds on artichoke and dried plum meats Also French creativity is nourished by imagination and imagination, it feeds on a thought that has to do with the curiosity that drives you to search and discover something. Creative work feeds on emotions, that is, instantaneous physical reactions to a solicitation (internal or external). Creativity is nourished by relaxation, which …

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INNER LANDSCAPES – French places of creativity

WITH FRENCH PEOPLE You’re an expert of the finest cuisine, or simply a lover of good food, seduced by the variety of flavors of our art tour in France, together four people who were born here. The intellectual property of the images that appear in this blog correspond to their authors. The sole purpose of this site, is to spread …

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JOURNEY TO THE END OF THE NIGHT – Romance by Louis-Ferdinand Céline

Because everyone has on his way something that pains him A pleasant culinary experience in Courbevoie, which opens a small window in a world of different tastes? Le Timgad, at 37 rue de l’Alma, http://www.letimgad.com/fr is a restaurant that welcomes you with its white windows carved with arabesques, tastes that mix sweet and savory and meats enriched with artichokes and …

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THE ROSES OF SAADI – Marceline Desbordes-Valmore, a tormented life at the service of spontaneity

A delicate creativity that seduces, even with the musicality of her verses Douai https://www.france-voyage.com/cities-towns/douai-21922/tourist-office-douai-6002.htm has preserved its aristocratic atmosphere. Its church of Notre-Dame was badly damaged in 1944, but its 13th century nave was restored. Do not forget that the Carthusian monastery museum “La Chartreuse” has a fine collection of 16th century paintings. Visiting this French city, you will find …

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PIERRE BONNARD (1867/1947), FRENCH PAINTER – The painter thrilled by the evolution of the art world

A style based on meditated painting, with the incisive use of color What PIERRE BONNARD painted at the end of the nineteenth century, placed emphasis on the intimate affections of the characters, and on the visions of Parisian glimpses embellished with vital human presences. His stylistic models are some of Gauguin’s works and Japanese prints, because they allowed him to …

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FRANCOIS BOUCHER (1703/1770), FRENCH ROCOCO’ PAINTER – The importance of the fluid stretch and the solar colors

Painting at the king’s court, thus representing French taste abroad FRANCOIS BOUCHER had raised the level of the preliminary design for studio painting, bringing it to authentic and finished art in its own right. Among his portraits, the most famous is that of madame Pompadour, built in 1755. At the height of his success, he welcomed various painters in his …

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