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Museum inVINcible VIGNEron opens this week

It is exciting to have started to mark out this painting which many people around Gaillac  having seen The Port Of Chester 1863 print or heard of my research think will be an important contribution to the region.  Port_of_Gaillac_IMG_0189.JPG_wp.JPG

How much more research will be needed to complete this design…? So far this picture you see being to emerge here has been 2 years and 70 hours inn the making and still many vital questions remain unanswered.

The Port of Gaillac 1863 is on my mind having spent much of this day working preparing the new painting.

I’m concerned that I’m not getting the time to work on this painting.

Unfortunately one of the reasons is lack of funds, I have to complete other work first before I can afford to focus on this painting.

I’m not going to allow that to be a problem with my major project, ‘Picturesque Wine Villages of Bordeaux‘ because I’ll succeed in obtaining sponsors and crowd funding.

The plan is to start seriously following up leads and hunting sponsors and crowd funding from the middle of this month.

Meanwhile back at the chateau…
I’ve been pushing a bit harder because the Museum inVINcible VIGNEron CVV opens this week for the public from 10.April.
Don’t miss the official Inauguration on the 16 & 17 Mai – phone for an invitation Tél. +33 (0)5 81 02 44 89