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Paul painted this small series of Paris storefronts last year. I love how they look close up. They are available for another few days online before he sends them off to a gallery, so get ’em while they’re hot.
January 25, 20121:41 pm
Oh my… I have to set up a budget so I can afford one of your husband art one day. They are crazy lovely.
January 25, 20121:46 pm
I’m a frequent reader, but was especially excited to read your blog today because I just bought plane tickets and rented an apartment for my daughter and I to visit Paris a week in June. How fun to see these fabulous paintings of places we will see for real in a few months!
January 25, 20122:10 pm
Love these! Unfortunately my favorite one is sold out The blue doors… There is nothing like having the original, but can’t help thinking these would make a great card collection. Does he have any plans to sell prints?
January 25, 20122:15 pm
Oh, I agree with Emilie. My heart aches for one of these. I will have to set aside some $!
January 25, 20122:31 pm
It’s “they’re hot”, not “their” hot.
January 25, 20122:35 pm
Got mine in the post yesterday! It is even better in real life – can’t wait to put up in my daughter’s “Paris” themed room.
January 25, 20122:40 pm
Those are lovely. What a talented husband! They really are enchanting.
January 25, 20124:17 pm
Has Paul thought about doing the commission project again? I have another photo I would love to have him turn into a painting.
January 25, 20124:46 pm
Love these! He is very talented.
January 25, 20126:23 pm
January 25, 20128:05 pm
Jordan, I have LOVED your blog for years! You are so creative and have such a great style!
I LOVE Pauls artwork. Someday… I want a cake painting hanging in my home
These are a lovely addition to his work as well!
January 26, 20125:23 am
Would love one of those on my wall!
Please come by Tulips&Tulle soon!
colleen @ hello olive
January 26, 20125:26 am
Oh wow, they are stunning! I did a little blog post on his ‘Cake’ series. I hope that’s ok?
Holly Cromer | Blacksburg, VA Photographer
January 26, 20128:15 am
These are breathtakingly beautiful!
January 26, 201211:24 am
They are so cute!!!!
Paris is one of my favourite cities in the world…. and I adore these tiny cafés…. gorgeous!!
XOXO from Spain!
February 5, 20123:19 pm
I am head over heels for some of these paintings (sadly my favorites are sold out). Any chance he’ll be making more or selling prints? I am dying to get my hands on them!
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