Yearly self-portrait and bits and pieces. 2021

Acrylic on paper. 2021. J.Harms.

A collection of trees and greens,

My face,

That’s all folks (for now).

Le vaisseau spatial. 2020

Le vaisseau spatial. (The spaceship) 2020. J.Harms. 29x39cm. Acrylic on paper.

Arteries and organic tissue,

In The Eiffel Tower,

The spaceship needs a good vacuum.

Promenade digestive. 2020

Acrylic on paper. 29x39cm

Butter chicken for lunch,

A digestive stroll in the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont in Paris,

Sunday with sis.

On the road. 2020

Acrylic on paper. 29x39cm.

When traffic comes to a stop,

I take a picture,

Going on a job,

a week or so before confinement.

A forest of thoughts. 2020

Acrylic on paper. 48×61 cm.

Pansies, comes from the French word « pensées » which means « thoughts ». Imagine the number of thoughts that cross your mind every ten minutes… a veritable forest of thoughts.

Self-portrait from afar. 2020

Acrylic on paper, 29x39cm.

For this yearly obligation, a reflection in the mirror of me on my « carpet studio ». On the right hand side, two paintings, François Glineur’s Portrait of VanGogh, and Noriko Aoki’s bouquet of fragrant Osmanthus. Two of the very first pieces of art I purchased, from artists that I admire.

‘It was the rainbow gave thee birth’. 2020

2020. Julie Harms. Acrylic on paper. 29x39cm.

It was the rainbow gave thee birth,

And left thee all her lovely hues ;

( Excerpt from ‘The Kingfisher’ by W.H Davies.)

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