Robyn’s “Different strokes – book” in Montlouis.(with Ronell)

Robyn’s book, Different strokes, took off from Tuscany one sunny  day in May and this is how she sent it off…

…May in Tuscany…


After stopping at Casey, Nina, Glen, each adding their own colour and story written on the back, this is how it arrived here in Montlouis with the last pages done by Vivien.

…Vivien’s pages…

…close-ups…

…an extract from Vivien’s usual “story-notes”…

I’ll have to roam the chambers of my free spirit to come up with some interesting strokes to fill up my pages in this wonderfully  warm and inspiring book, all the while taking the cue from Robyn’s bee…Not to take myself too serious! And then off to Lindsay!

And lastly: Lindsay’s canoe is on its way home…

…Adieu!…


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Author: Myfrenchkitchen

I live in an unspoiled corner of France. Along with my family, horses and chickens, art and shows, we're restoring an 18th century farmhouse, we commute to Paris, enjoy an everyday café et croissant, paint, photograph, cook and write...life is never dull.

4 thoughts on “Robyn’s “Different strokes – book” in Montlouis.(with Ronell)”

  1. Oh, isn’t that beautiful!!! Thank you, Vivien – I love your paintings. Can’t believe they are going to be mine!

    What a great presentation, Ronell, thank you. You’ve made my book very special. I think I’m rather lucky it’s running late because I can still look forward to your work and then Lindsay’s.

    Your contribution to Lindsay’s book looks wonderfully creative – very clever indeed.

  2. Yes, i agree, a great post and presentation Ronell. Lovely work here and I’m so looking forward to working in Robyn’s book! The last of the rotations…

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