L’Assemblée. 2016

L'Assemblée. 2016. J.Harms. 30x40cm. Acrylic on paper.

L’Assemblée. 2016. J.Harms. 30x40cm. Acrylic on paper.

While visiting Edinburgh castle, I came across a group of very interested tourists, truly absorbed by their guide. I liked the cluster they formed around the knowledgeable kilted man.

 

Le rond-point. 2016

rond point . J.Harms - Copie

Le rond-point. 2016. J.Harms. 39 x 49,5cm. Acrylic on paper.

This is the second painting illustrating my trip, this past January, to Edinburgh. It depicts a street near the famous Victoria street. I was struck by the geometry of this particular scenery. Triangles, circles and rectangles. I read a short essay on Bauhaus recently, and for some reason this painting reminds me of the movement. The yellow sky is just how I remembered the atmosphere, in reality it was rather a grey and cloudy day.

Today Nagasaki

And a Happy Birthday to Sayaka Takahashi, one of its citizen, English teacher extraordinaire, who, a couple years ago, while I was working in Nagasaki, found a painting spot for me near my appartment, and by that actively participated in helping me find my artistic voice. Domo arigato Sayaka chan !

Luss 2015

Luss. 2015. J.Harms. 30x40cm. Acrylic on paper. - Copie

Luss. 2015. J.Harms. 29×39 cm. Acrylic on paper. (Private collection.)

When touring Scotland last year, our driver dropped us off at Luss. A picturesque little village on the shores of Loch Lomond. The Pier was by far what inspired me the most about that place. There was no time to go on a boat tour unfortunately.

My Little Burano. The Yellow House 2013

My Little Murano. The Yellow House. Acrylic on paper. 5 x15 cm. Julie Harms

Here’s another small colorful painting for the “Little Burano” serie I’m working on.

The Yellow House. Acrylic on paper. 5 x 15 cm.

Circulez 2012

Circulez. Julie Harms

Circulez (2012)
Acrylic on canvas – 110×110 cm

Not very far from the Moulin de La Galette, I came across this large space dominated by vertical lines.
It felt like walking on an island.
Cars can’t park, pedestrians cross it without lingering.

Garden Under The Snow 2010

Garden under the snow. Julie Harms

Garden under the snow (2010).
Acrylic on paper – 43×62 cm

The view from room 7 overlooks the snowy garden of the Prieuré, quiet and peaceful. A wall separates it from the street. Further up the road, behind the farm wall, the water tower.

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