Interesting how quickly time slides away — and we’re a bit shocked to realise that we are leaving the house that Mark has been working on since November in TWO WEEKS!
We’re headed over to the other side of Normandy for another reno — but it also looks like we’ll be leaving France in mid-June to have some adventures in other countries. Sooooo — it was time to update Mark’s online work portfolio with a LOT of pictures.
Gallery 1 has the images from here in Normandy over the last 5 months. And Gallery 2 is full of the pictures from that huge renovation he did on the Mid Century ranch house in Australia in 2014 through mid-2016.
Want a peek? Then go to Ad Lib Artisans to see what I’m talking about. DOZENS of photos showing the range of the work that Mark does.
Give me a few days (I hope!) and I’ll tell you about some of the amazing clients I have had in the last couple of months — everyone from advertising agencies to CEOs of interesting international organisations to medical practitioners to artists and creators. It’s certainly never boring!
And don’t I just WISH that the header for today’s post meant that we were in Europe at present instead of hot and humid Australia. (groan!) At least I am travelling in spirit right now…
I’ve finished uploading images from our too-short 3 days in Brussels last year before we came back to Australia — and I am ‘into’ France now. Should be done with Paris in the next 24 hours.
Since we lived in France for 2 years-plus and we travelled back and forth to several areas other than our residential areas of Normandy and the Midi-Pyrenees, there will be new images from all over the place. Can’t WAIT to get back at the end of the year and fill up the image bank even more.
Boulangerie window displaying bread for sale in Paris, France
To streamline things a bit, I have taken off about half of the pricing on my drop-down price lists. If book publishers or magazines or advertising agencies want a quotation for the use of one of my images in a run of tens of thousands, they can contact me directly for a personalised quote. This will make it much easier for the everyday consumer to just choose images and have them printed onto canvas or paper or clothing. Good, eh?
Watch for a new category on the site in the next day or so. It will be called something like ALL ART PRINTS and it will contain the images that are most appropriate for making fine-art prints to hang on the wall or note cards and stationary or tote bags and aprons. Just let the possibilities sink in!
Until then, keep checking back at the link below for the ever-increasing portfolio.