Vagabonde – Qui va sans cesse d’un objet à l’autre, à l’aventure : Imagination Vagabonde Très contente de faire la première dédicace du version Francaise de Surf Mama le 11 Juin au Festival Vagabonde à Bordeaux, où je vais aussi exposer des toile influencés par la thème de la surfeuse vagabonde…. Very excited to be launching the french version of Surf Mama at the Vagabonde Festival in Bordeaux, where I’ll also be showing some paintings of nomadic surf chicks. Published by […]
New flash for all my French Surf Mamas the French version of Surf Mama will be coming out in June with Editions Cairn. Very excited about the project and looking forward to a book tour round French surf resorts this summer, will definitely be taking my board!!! Photo: Celebrating in Biarritz with a So British G & T ©Florence Myard
Amazing promo on amazon for the next few weeks – you can get the Kindle version of Surf Mama for only 99P Latest reader review 5.0 out of 5 stars I’m a forty something female surfer (& fine art graduate) & I really enjoyed this book 23 Jan. 2015 By Freckleville Format:Paperback I’m a forty something female surfer (& fine art graduate) & I really enjoyed this book. It starts in the Kingdom of Kerry (last time I surfed […]
Great offer on Surf Mama from Stanfords Maps– buy one get one half price on their bestselling fiction and travel book. So you can pick it up with a copy along with Donna Tartt, Bill Bryson, Patrick Leigh Fermor, Paul Theroux….. Cheers!
Surf Mama et ses Déesses. Exhibition at Jazz the Glass in Biarritz, opens 6th December The paintings in the show tell stories of women, real and imaginary. Stories of surfer women, flamenco dancers, of women transformed into goddesses, and goddesses transformed into women. My inspiration comes from travels, experiences, and dreams. Paintings may be inspired by fairy stories set in dark forests, iconic women like the adventuress Lola Montes, Mayan Madonnas in a church in Mexico where I spent Christmas […]
I’ve always loved Stanfords Maps, I used to hang out there when I was an art student at St. Martins just round the corner, flicking through guide books and maps, taking a virtual world tour in my lunch break long before the internet existed. Then I met Mo Tomaney and we progressed to actually buying the maps and setting off hitch-hiking round europe. The maps would come back like carnets de voyages crumpled and torn, with wine stains and messages on the […]
It had been a long time since I did any performance art…. I was organising my book tour, and had already decided that I wasn’t really a stand up and read aloud kind of author and planned events on beaches and riverbanks, in Irish bars and East London drinking clubs. How could I possibly resist an invitation to enter Andrew Logan’s Alternative Miss World at Shakespeare’s Globe???? It wasn’t really part of my book tour, it was more like joining […]