Karen F Rose My Painting Journey

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Follow Me on a Paris and Beyond Art Adventure

I'm excited to begin a Paris and Beyond art adventure and hope you will join me by subscribing to my blog. In the next couple weeks, I will post art, food, and history related questions about Paris and Provence. And we will do a little 
Who painted this portrait of Marie Antoinette and where is it hanging now?

Who designed the Louvre Pyramid?
The building housing the Musee d"Orsay was what before it was an art museum?
If you subscribe to my blog, make a comment on these Paris and Beyond Posts... ooooh la la ...you just might be the winner of a gift from France. 
How do you subscribe? Just click on the blue "join this site button" or the "follow this blog" button on the right hand side of the blog.
Have your passport?  
Got your bags packed? 
Ok lets go on an adventure. 
Check the next post for answers to the Paris and Beyond Art Adventure questions.


Dottie said...

What fun Karen! Have a great trip-I am with you in spirit!

Kathy Cousart said...

Wonderful idea! I am all signed up 6 ways to Sunday and will see if I fit in your spare suitcase too:) Look forward to seeing Paris and Provence through you! Take care, Travel safe and have a blast!!

J Joy Nocifora said...

Ok, Karen! I am ready! I have my passport and my bags are packed! I love France, so let's go!! :)

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

OK, I subscribe - and am THRILLED with this topic! Have you visited Genie's "Paris And Beyond" blog? (http://parisandbeyond-genie.blogspot.com/) I think you'll like it. You are an inspiration - I think of these wonderful things in Paris and my mind just lets out this big *sigh*...

Susan Roux said...

Sounds like fun. Enjoy your amazing trip and thanks for sharing it with us!

Nanci Hersh said...

Lucky you Karen, and thanks for taking us along. How long will you be there? Can't wait to revisit Paris through your eyes!

Jerry Stocks said...

Can't wait to take the trip. When I was a flight attendant, I got to be in Paris for 24 hours. I have not been back and have always wanted to make a return trip. Thanks for the opportunity.

Carol Schiff Studio said...

The Musee d'Orsay was a train station before it became a museum.