Shifting Skies

From the Lane by Claire Thorson

From the Lane by Claire Thorson

 

Retreat indeed. The beautiful stone barn in its tucked away surroundings was a sanctuary. It was luxury to wake up to such thorough quietude. The depth of green, the hidden movements of wildlife, the flow of time unimpeded by schedules and deadlines, were triggers to a deeper […]

Rebecca Stebbins, Landscape Painter

Rebecca Stebbins in Maine

 

Rebecca Stebbins in Maine

We once again had the pleasure of hosting Californian landscape painter Rebecca Stebbins. Rebecca is a woman that one can’t help but admire: smart, a bit sassy, very articulate, focused and able to live fully in the moment. We loved her paintings last year and we loved her paintings […]

Artist-in-Residence Anna Caione

Anna at work

 

Anna Caione, artist in residence

Australian artist Anna Caione is delightfully complex. Her work reflects her own contradictions, her restlessness, her transplanted roots, her ease with city life and her yearning for a simpler existence, outside the city. Her work is delicate and loving, almost ephemeral and in some ways unsettling. An endless […]

Rebecca Stebbins, Painter

Rebecca Stebbins, Painter

I knew Rebecca and I were going to get along when I saw the Gloria Swanson quote on her website

“All creative people should be required to leave California for three months every year.”

Having grown up in the Bay Area, I understand the prudence of that statement. One can get […]

Sneak Preview

We’re so happy to be screening Catherine Cameron‘s two short films this evening. They are done in collaboration with Erich Kruse Nielsen and feature shots of Bordeneuve – including the cats! Here is sneak peak at Come With Me – She Dances Alone. See you tonight!