Aurelie Galois speaks with a reporter about her artwork at the French Cultural Center in Boston. Every Friday for a year, French artist Galois painted a portrait of a stranger as a way to get acquainted with her adoptive city of Boston. The results of her experiment – all 52 spontaneous oil paintings, plus Galois’ handwritten vignettes about each of her subjects –have created a buzz in Boston.
Aurelie Galois speaks with a reporter about her artwork at the French Cultural Center in Boston. Every Friday for a year, French artist Galois painted a portrait of a stranger as a way to get acquainted with her adoptive city of Boston. The results of her experiment – all 52 spontaneous oil paintings, plus Galois’ handwritten vignettes about each of her subjects –have created a buzz in Boston. Michael Dwyer Associated Press
Aurelie Galois speaks with a reporter about her artwork at the French Cultural Center in Boston. Every Friday for a year, French artist Galois painted a portrait of a stranger as a way to get acquainted with her adoptive city of Boston. The results of her experiment – all 52 spontaneous oil paintings, plus Galois’ handwritten vignettes about each of her subjects –have created a buzz in Boston. Michael Dwyer Associated Press