Le Saint, les pélicans et le cycliste . 2016 Categories red bricks, building, Ma Picardie, People, red brick house, town Post date February 7, 2016 Comments 5 Comments 29×39 cm. Acrylic on paper (Private collection). Un mercredi après-midi à Crépy-en-Valois. Sur les pavés de la vieille ville un jeune cycliste déboule à vive allure, sous le regard d’un saint et de deux pélicans. Après tout, il n’y a pas école le mercredi. On a Wednesday afternoon I was wandering around the old city of Crépy-en-Valois. The narrow cobblestone streets form a kind of maze in the old part of the town. For a while, I almost had the feeling of having gone back in time, until two pelicans and a light blue store front appeared in front of me. As I was watching the peculiar sight, a young boy rode by on his bike. After all it was Wednesday, and there is no school on wednesdays. WordPress:I like loading... Tags acrylic acrylic Art Crépy-en-Valois cyclist painting pelicans Picardie urban old city Previous Post The Grand Salon Next Post Le passage étroit. the 6th continent 7/365. 2016 10×15 cm. Acrylic on paper. After a short respite, the traveller continues on his way. Full of charm... loading... Login to reply Thank you Francis 🙂 loading... Login to reply I love the feeling of slight unreality here. As if it were the start of a story with magic in it. loading... Login to reply Thank you for this lovely comment ! loading... Login to reply Very Northern France and I do enjoy a glass of dark Pelforth loading... Login to reply You must be logged in to leave a comment.