Swipe through my sketchbook and travel with me to Lacoste, Paris, Lyon, the French Alps, and Milan.
French chocolate pudding; the dorm that I lived in at Lacoste, Renard Upper. The streets of Lacoste are all cobblestone. Every scene is beautiful and historic. If you walk to the left, you'll find yourself in front of the library. Inside Renard Upper are two (and a half?) floors, four bedrooms, eight beds, and one large bathroom with two toilets, two showers, and two sinks. Not to mention the narrow, steep, winding staircase in the center of the building. Pen and ink, watercolor.
Café des Artistes
Our first weekend excursion to Nîmes; the inside of Café des Artistes. One of the chefs saw me drawing this and said, "une artiste" (an artist) and "très jolie!" (very pretty) Later, I asked, "Puis-je demander, comment vous apellez-vous?" (May I ask, what is your name?) I motioned for him to write in the sketchbook, but instead, he wrote on a piece of paper: Fabrice. Pen and ink, watercolor, and collage paper.
The dorm next to Renard Upper, Fortuné. Pen and ink, watercolor.
TGV à Paris
On the bullet train to Paris! Pen and ink.
Sack lunches in Café des Artistes for our excursion to Lyon, France; on the bus back to Lacoste. Pen and ink, watercolor.
Hard to Reach Fire Extinguisher
The discreet and out of reach fire extinguisher inside a white box against a white wall at Café Beauregard. Pen and ink.
A lovely small town that my boyfriend and I drove through on our way to Milan. Pen and ink.
Savines le Lac
A beautiful view of the French Alps, le Pont de Savines, and Savines-le-Lac, France. Watercolor.
FaceTiming my roommate from quarantine (before quarantining was cool). Pen and ink.