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PROVENCE, FRANCE

June 2019

The Provence workshop I gave was so much more than I had expected. It was eye candy at every turn. Just overwhelming for this flat land, no rocks, no old buildings Louisiana girl.

Les Baux shop

My favorite location was Les Baux. It is a ruined castle sitting on top of a medieval village. It is absolutely charming with cobblestones, no cars (lanes too narrow for one thing) and fantastic views of the cypress trees, olive groves and grape vines far below. My senses were bombarded everyday. The company of my five students plus our host, Mathieu Brousses was most congenial. Time was spent painting in the mornings and exploring (touristing) in the afternoon.

We stayed in Arles which was quite charming with the centuries old buildings, churches and locations than Vincent Van Gogh painted. It was a pleasure to stay in one place for ten days to get a bit of feel of the area instead of rushing about.

Just think: just watch 4 movies on the way over and you are there. Not such a bad flight! Let’s do it again.

This is my painting of a nearby Monastary. The monks were most kind and happy to have us paint their home.

Southwest Art Magazine October 2016 issue

Posted by on Oct 5, 2016 in Newsletter, Press Release | 0 comments

I have been selected in the national magazine , Southwest Art” as one of the “Artists to Collect”.  I am honored....

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Art Voices Magazine cover Summer 2014

Posted by on Jun 15, 2014 in Newsletter, Press Release | 0 comments

Art Voices Magazine cover  Summer 2014 |

I have been selected to grace the cover of Art Voices Magazine which is available in New York, New Orleans, California, and London. To read the two page article, http://www.artvoicesmagazine.com/2014/05/carol-hallock-painting-home-on-the-bayou/

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