Painting in Provence day 9: Aigues-Mortes



After nine days of making art a priority, I was finally starting to come alive…and what a lively place is Aigues-Mortes! Instead of doing the usual fortress and walls—which is completely worth it, if you’ve not been a half-dozen times already—we took our time to find the quiet corners.


On that note, the restaurant ‹‹la Camargue›› is both peaceful and full of life, as well as serving excellent meals. They do not take reservations, so be sure to head for 19, rue de la République as soon as you hear the man on Place Saint Louis shout C’EST MIDI! A TABLE!!!


Don't fret if you can't make it for mealtime, because there are more than enough cafés to go around...

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25 june - 4 july 2017

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Mathieu Brousses at Provence Art Experience



Yesterday: Studio & more Arles <— AIXploring Provence —> Tomorrow: Moving On

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    Georgia mansur (Friday, 09 September 2016 15:05)

    Apryl i am glad you enjoyed it as much as i did! There was such a variety of things to stimulate the artists eye in this place-- the senses were alive with colour, taste, sounds and activity. So glad you got the pics of the horses too, they were a good find to finish our day! Can't wait for next year and know there are so many more adventures to explore in the camargue-- perhaps even the flamingoes will be about then!