"Fire and Stone, Crillon le Brave"
8″ x 10,” Oil on Canvas
"Crillon le Brave at Sunset"
11″ x 14,” Oil on Canvas
It has been a while since I’ve posted, but I am pleased to say that “Work of the Week” is back and a double at that! In the next few weeks, we will be exploring some of the stunning new pieces by Lindsay Goodwin to celebrate her newest exhibition. Up first: two lovely scenes at Crillon Le Brave in Provence. Below, you will see both an interior from the Restaurant Jerome Blanchet at Hôtel Crillon le Brave as well as a landscape of the medieval village. A refuge set among the vineyards near Avignon, the hilltop town dates back to the 14th century and Roman rule. It now boasts charming markets, walking trails, breathtaking views, and of course, all the wine tastings you could desire. Imagine strolling through the vineyards, popping a grape into your mouth here and there under the warm sun. After a long and invigorating day, you retire to your hotel and tuck into a cozy meal at the hotel’s luxurious dining room. You might order the roast lamb, purple potato gnocchi or foie-gras flavored with cherries. Whichever you choose, don’t forget your French! But truly, the proof is in the pudding: Lindsay has once again immortalized the moment in the most elegant fashion and Crillon le Brave has never looked more beautiful.