portbyPaintings by Rose-Marie BOURRELY are quiet walks that we would share sometimes with Proust, sometimes with Maupassant. The words are his colors, new vivid and fluid. A timeless light bathes his moods. Bright blue, purple and violet skies envelop sometimes adorned with pink and orange. Punctuated with red and white, they are scattered mosaic in the landscape, from gold to dark brown. A slight black ring highlights the forms. Jean – Louis AVRIL

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