Claude Monet - Celebrate his many passions that meet at his home and gardens in Giverny and come to life at Monet's Palate!
MONET'S PALATE® "TASTE THE ART OF PASSION"™
14 June 2008
FIRST LADY LAURA BUSH JUNE 14, 2008 Visits Claude Monet's GIVERNY AND IS GIFTED A COPY OF MONET'S PALATE
First Lady LAURA BUSH a gracious lady and dedicated educator, visited Claude Monet's home in Giverny today June 14th, 2008. My mother Helen Rappel Bordman made sure to give her a copy of Monet's Palate hope she gets to watch it. - Aileen Bordman 日本 华
AILEEN BORDMAN - Aileen is President of Monet’s Palate, Inc., someone who grew up immersed in the world of Claude Monet, then applied her passion for Monet as an artist and a gourmand to create the Monet’s Palate® concept and brand. Because of Claude Monet, and her own passion for Monet and his world, Aileen’s decision to build on her unique family legacy to bring Monet’s passions to modern lifestyles was destiny. She created the film Monet's Palate with Meryl Streep. Food Arts Magazine featured the story of Aileen’s vision for her integrated lifestyle brand. In addition, New York Magazine, The Wine Spectator and The New York Times are among many publications that have recently written about Monet’s Palate®.
"I want the unobtainable. Other artists paint a bridge, a house, the boat and that is the end. They are finished. I want to paint the air which surrounds the bridge, the house, the boat, the beauty of the air in which these objects are located, and that is nothing short of impossible" Claude Monet (1840 - 1926)
Claude Monet Painting in Giverny
Claude Monet's Poppies
Now I really feel the landscape. I can be bold and include every tone of blue and pink, it’s enchanting, it’s delicious - Claude Monet
Color is my day-long obsession, joy and torment - Claude Monet
Everyone discusses my art and pretends to understand, as if it were necessary to understand, when it is simply necessary to love - Claude Monet
LUNCH IN GIVERNY
It's in the strength of observation and reflection that one finds a way. So, we must dig and delve unceasingly Claude Monet