8 x 8 Oil on Board
by Julie Snyder
There’s a stone hut at the foot of a small lavender field in the back of Cloisters of St. Paul de Mausolée. This is where Vincent van Gogh lived and painted for almost a year towards the end of his life. In June the lavender delights our senses as we channel the spirit and inspiration of this remarkable artist while we paint. These huts dot the landscape of southern France to give rest and respite to the farmers and herders who work the land.