Café Crem

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Café L’Arte

Some Coffee Cups Art by the Artists from  Café l’Arte

Following the example of Café Literati, Our  Literary Room here in Café Crem, we have just created “Café L’Arte” (you get it? Café Latte…) , open to all actual and budding artists from Café Crem, and starting NOW! This is a place where you can publish your art (paintings, drawings, cartoons, illustrations, … must not be always coffee cups art!) and be sure that all will be viewed and commented upon with attention and respect.

You will find below a list of all categories published in Café L’Arte, ordered according to their authors and style. Please click on the links to access them.

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5 Comments »

  1. For me paintings and artists have been an inspiration to me when I write. One of the first things I do is go to a gallery here in Quebec whenever I am feeling the blues, or as Hemingway said,”The Black Ass.” Now from the comfort of my chair I can tour the personal galleries of my friends who I admire so much. Wonderful!!!!

    Comment by Michael | January 9, 2009

  2. Well Michael, you presented great art yourself here… I remember with deep pleasure your … I don’t remember how you called them? was it “philosophical sketches”? Anyway we all loved them here!

    Comment by Miki | January 9, 2009

  3. […] Café l’Arte, Following the example of Café Literati, Our  Literary Room here in Café Crem, we have just created “Café L’Arte” (you get it? Café Latte…) , open to all actual and budding artists from Café Crem, and starting NOW! This is a place where you can publish your art (paintings, drawings, cartoons, illustrations, … must not be always coffee cups art!) and be sure that all will be viewed and commented upon with attention and respect. […]

    Pingback by Cafe Crem kicks it up a notch+ « MIKE ON THE ROAD | January 16, 2009

  4. I am blown away by the ways you have developed and expanded Cafe Crem while I’ve been taking a siesta! A feast for the eyes!

    Comment by Susan Cornelis | January 21, 2009

  5. Well, Susan, I am sure you were not having a real siesta… or at least not alone… I am sure all the spirits were there too!
    I remember you were the first (who else!!!) to whom I spoke of my dreams to develop Cafe Crem. At that time, I was thinking more of adding a room for children’s art. I am still dreaming of that!

    Comment by Miki | January 21, 2009


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