A Small Village in France
|"Our well-meaning friend could never have foreseen the ramifications of the Christmas package that included the 'Downton Abbey' DVDs."|
Given that it is the first major wooden house-like structure built in the village, Tom's studio project is attracting a lot of attention from his bewildered, skeptical, and well-meaning French neighbors.
Here is a guide to the body language seen on the worksite:
This posture means: "Mon Dieu, this will never work."
It doesn't matter that they don't agree. The thickness of my whatever is nowhere near either of theirs.
This is obvious.
This posture means: "Oh, good, here comes Jean-Pierre."
It never hurts to know which way is up.
We are proud to present an ongoing collection of Tom Vieth's most recent watercolor works. They portray a variety of aspects of Tom’s world, from French landscapes to memories of American coastal scenes, from quiet garden corners to animated market squares. Join him in the Dordogne Region of France and his home in Bourdeilles near Brantome. The Perigord Vert region of France.
Tom and Susan Vieth | La Croix St Marc, 24310 Bourdeilles, France