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In these dark times, we look for light and peace

For months I had a draft in the newsletter box with ‘happy new year, this 2022 will be the best ever.’ Little did we know a war would soon break out in Europe with Ukraine being attacked by its neighbouring country. I remind myself and ask the Universe every day, ‘Please cease fire and bring peace, we stand with Ukraine’ 🇺🇦
In the meantime, normal life is back in Paris with no more face masks except in public transport. The pass has also been put on hold for now. Many events are back in person just like Fashion Week, which just ended, and next week’s opening of an exhibition by Zoia Skoropandenko which I will address in this newsletter.
I have been filming a bit of the blossoms in Paris but as you all may have noticed, my hay fever is really severe this season. I attached a view of a Magnolia Tree at Les Halles for you to enjoy.

Sadly, Bobbi and I will miss another week of our weekly broadcast since she had a lot of school work last week and I will be out of town this week. Hopefully we should be back next week for a nice broadcast!
Oh Ceramics!
Zoia Skoropadenko’s first inner circle exhibition of 2022 in Paris is called “Oh Ceramics!” and will be opening next week. Of course, I will be doing a report on the exhibition and hopefully virtually tour it with you all.
Vernissage 22 March 6 - 9 pm in presence of Dale Dorosh, Bernard Vitour, Zoia Skoropadenko, Clem Chambers and in spirit of Guimonneau, Mado Jolain and Jean Marais.
Galerie Dobkin, 21 Rue Guénégaud, 75006 Paris
Zoia Skoropadenko: A famous ‘cheap’ collector
Tip of the week "MAKERS PARIS"
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Bonus: something I enjoyed this week on YouTube
✂️ Rescue dogs traveling through France in a school bus.
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