This brewery is situated in what was once the town power station, and its high ceilings and large windows provide a striking backdrop for the gleaming stainless steel machinery. This painting is based on a photo taken by the brewery team, of the Brasserie at dawn and the town streets beyond.
This painting was created to celebrate the church’s anniversary. In typical La Chaux-de-Fonds’ fashion, it is pictured in bright sunshine, above a blanket of white snow.
The dahu is a mythical creature local to Neuchâtel’s Jura mountains. It is said to have two long legs and two short, because it always walks in the same direction. To capture it, walk up behind it and call its name, and it will unbalance, falling down the mountainside!
This statue by local artists Plonk & Replonk was unveiled to mark the 100th anniversary of the Bois de Petit Chateau, now Muzoo. Its shining textures and fun concept made it very tempting to paint.
This painting depicts a summer view of La Maison Blanche, one of Le Corbusier’s architectural designs and one of La Chaux-de-Fonds’ most celebrated landmarks.
Watchmaking factories, Crêt du Locle, La Chaux-de-Fonds.
Watercolour on paper, February 2020. Private collection.
Portetrait no.68, Rue Numa Droz, La Chaux-de-Fonds. Watercolour on A5 paper, Winter 2018.