Patricia Couton, Painter

Naive art in Brussels

In 1993, I meet a Belgian, my Belgian ! In 1995, we visit Brussels, still wandering around, in search of a small place to put down our suitcases.And what is not my surprise when, on this icy November day, I am the spectator to a continuous ballet taking place on the most beautiful square in the world.After I observe its architecture and its multiple tendencies, after I am dazzled by the richness of the cobblestones and after I stroll through the animated life of all these colored districts… we decide to stay.Brussels had directly adopted me.I loved, I love and I will love it all with all my heart and today I would like to share with you the pleasure that I feel when I describe the charms of Brussels with my paint brush.I wish with all my heart to be able to seduce you with my palette, and my stroll in this beautiful city. Naive art in Brussels

I tried to share with you the places dear to my heart which represent some of the assets of this city, certainly a capital, but still with human dimensions, where the mixtures of styles, atmospheres and people have given to Brussels a typical Brussels flavor.
In "The wedding of Mademoiselle Beulemans"

Patricia Couton, Painter Artist

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