• Breakfasts in Paris

    by  • 1 Feb ’07 • art • 9 Comments




    Leave it to the lovely Rita Konig at Domino Magazine’s Daily Dose to introduce me to the beautiful blog Paris Breakfasts. Artist and blogger Carol Gillott spent three weeks in Paris photographing glorious Parisian patisseries and then painting the food around her. The result is a beautiful collection of watercolors like the two above. Paris Breakfasts is truly a delightful feast for the eyes! Just beautiful.

    9 Responses to Breakfasts in Paris

    1. ParisBreakfasts
      1 Feb ’07 at 1:25 pm

      Thank you, Ronda
      for the mention on your beautiful site. You chose 3 of my favorite pictures.

    2. ALL THE BEST
      1 Feb ’07 at 1:29 pm

      You are so welcome! Your work is beautiful!!

    3. The Peak of Chic
      1 Feb ’07 at 2:03 pm

      Isn’t her blog gorgeous??? And I really love her watercolors.

    4. ALL THE BEST
      1 Feb ’07 at 2:13 pm

      Oh PoC, I LOVE it!

    5. Fairfax
      1 Feb ’07 at 9:34 pm

      I think that Rita Konig is Nina Campbell’s daughter, so the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, tastewise. Wonderful pictures. Very evocative!

    6. ALL THE BEST
      1 Feb ’07 at 10:56 pm

      A very nice email…

      Dear All the Best,
      I am pleased to see you honored my dear friend ParisBreakfasts! Her work is refreshing and beautiful!! I tried to leave this comment on your blog, but blogger rejected it?! If you can add it I would be pleased!

      Thank you for sharing Carol with your readers!!

      Corey

    7. ALL THE BEST
      1 Feb ’07 at 10:58 pm

      Hi Fairfax! Yes, that’s correct, Rita Konig is Nina Campbell’s daughter. Both have great taste!

    8. My Marrakech
      1 Feb ’07 at 11:56 pm

      Yes, she is not only talented but an adorable and generous person as well.:-)

    9. Anna
      2 Feb ’07 at 10:03 am

      I love her watercolours so much. So beautiful – a real treat!! Beautiful post Ronda!

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