Thursday 19 November 2020

LE Aquarellista Cookbook


As we could not have an exhibition this period, the Aquarellistas decided to showcase their watercolours in a book. A heavy, beautiful illustrated recipe book. It has 110 pages with fantastic recipes, mains, starters, desserts and also cocktails! Most of the recipes are personal favourites of the artists. You can count on tasty comfort food and the best paintings!
Comme nous ne pouvions pas avoir un exposition à cette période, les Aquarellistes ont décidé de présenter leurs aquarelles dans un livre. Un beau livre de recettes illustré. Il a 110 pages avec des recettes fantastiques, des plats principaux, des entrées, des desserts et aussi des cocktails! La plupart des recettes sont les favoris personnels des artistes. Vous pouvez compter sur des plats réconfortants savoureux et les meilleures aquarelles!
 A small preview of the Aquarellista Cookbook

The book is in high-quality print and spectacular! (Note that I might be slightly biased 😍) with illustrations of all those Talented Watercolour People *)!!

Available in gorgeous hard cover, and in (less heavy) softcover.

Le livre est en impression de haute qualité et spectaculaire! (Notez que je pourrais être légèrement biaisé 😍) avec des illustrations de tous ces Aquarellistes talentueux *) !!

Disponible en superbe couverture rigide et en couverture souple (moins lourde).  

Les recettes sont en français et en anglais!
The recipes are in French and in English!

If you are interested, you can order your copy here. 

Vous pouvez commander votre exemplaire ici.

 *) Agnès McLaughlin, André Imbert, Anna Karin Fast, Bibbi Isaksson, Cari Toller, Carol Fischer, Cathie van der Stel, Celina Schou, Christiane Halsey, Edith Alborni, Guus Zaalberg, Hanneke Kulik, Hélène Pons, Ina Carels, Ingrid Boeye, Judith Veraart, Jutta Agnew, Leonie Smyth, Liz Douglas, Marie-Jo Paris, Marina Kulik, Michele Charlot, Monica Denn, Randi Terkildsen, Sandra Seymour-Dale, Sonya Dueck, Sue Bateman, Sylvie Dargery, Thelma Hiskes

Monday 16 November 2020

Ten years ago, on Tuesday 16 November 2010,  the very first post on the Hangar Blog was published!

Click this link to see the first post

In the meantime, there have been 132.913 visitors, and this is the 852nd post!!

And the Hangar has changed, the 4 teachers mentioned in that first post, have now doubled in numbers!

Today we have Pim for Drawing and Acrylics (abstract and figurative), Nelly for Oils (atelier libre), Josie for Printmaking and Childrens' workshops, Francesca for Art Therapy, Marina T for Portrait, Cold Wax and oil techniques, Marie for Sculpture (Christie has unfortunately passed away), Katy for Ceramics and Marina K (yours truly) for Life drawing and Watercolours. 

The Hangar is still doing well, despite this period of lockdown and other measures, and has a reputation for being 'the best (and most convivial) art school on the Côte'!

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