Friday, June 30, 2006
The Components Of Selling A Winning Painting. Lighting And Hyper Realism In Painting Richard Adam. Painter. Paris Soirees Dinner Sun 2 July
Lighting And Hyper Realism In Painting: What Are The Components Of Selling A Winning Painting?
RENDEZ VOUS AVEC PATRICIA
This Sunday 2 July At 18h30.
Our Guest Of Honor:
Hyper Realist Painter
Lighting And Hyper Realism In Painting: What Are The Components Of Selling A Winning Painting? What Are the Questions That Come to Mind?
Richard will discuss his success as a Hyper Realist painter of the genre of Chuck Close and Richard Estes. He will also talk about the philosophy behind lighting in this type of painting.
Richard Adam is a graduate of the University of Paris 8 in the Philosophy of Contemporary Art and, in addition to painting, is pursuing a doctorate in that field.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS:
Sunday 9 July: Anne Morton, Ph. D. : Closing the Gap between Where You Are and Where You Want to Be. Then a Brief And Intense Demonstration with California Aromatherapist Sophia Sharpe. We'll float out of the apartment.
Every Wednesday at 18h30: PARIS NETWORKING COCKTAIL
Unsurpassed Networking opportunities. Socializing. Great food and wine. Contact Patricia
Wednesday 28 June.The Art and Business Of Websites: with Julie Vetter (Web Site Help) and Tom Byrne (Artistic Conception)
PARIS SOIREES EVENTS
Patricia is proud to have a 21st Century Parisian Salon. Our mission is to simply enlarge your circle of acquaintances in a safe and stimulating atmosphere while promoting Cultural Achievement, The New Age and Paris Personalities. And we have fun! We are THE gathering place for the International Community of Paris. Enjoy! Discuss! Meet new and interesting people.
(Patricia Laplante-Collins created Paris Soirees Dinners on Sunday and Paris Networking Cocktail events on Wednesday on the Ile St Louis to bring Americans in Paris together with Ex-pats, hip French and the International Community in a global meet-up. Evenings feature Literary, Art, New Age, Business, African-American and Black Paris themes presented in English. There is an intimate salon atmosphere and the focus is on meeting people in Paris and creating friendships. Patricia is also the founder of African American Literary Soirees.)
Posted by Patricia Laplante-Collins at 7:59 PM