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Champery, Champoussin, Les Crosets Ski Paintings and Ski Prints in Portes du Soleil, Switzerland

Portes du Soleil Ski Print Ski Painting

Champery, Champoussin, Les Crosets Ski Paintings and Ski Prints from the ski area of Portes du Soleil are listed on Pete Caswell’s wesbite under the Ski Prints from the Portes Du Soleil ski area which includes Ski Paintings and Prints from both the Swiss and French sides of the border.

At the top of the Swiss Wall before you head towards Champery, Champoussin and Les Crosets for a spot of lunch

Ski Prints from Portes Du Soleil France and Switzerland

On the Swiss side Pete has spent a lot of time painting the Swiss Wall looking over towards the stunning views of Champery, Champoussin, Les Crosets

You should recognise this drag just above the resorts of Champery, Champoussin and Les Crosets – Ripaille Twin Drag

Original Ski Paintings from Portes du Soleil France and Switzerland

Currently Pete is working on 2 large paintings overlooking this valley just above Champery, Champoussin and Les Crosets. Email for a progress report.

Pete aims to take a look at painting the beautiful ski areas of Chatel, Abondance and La Chapelle d’Abondance later this year and produce some wonderful ski paintings and ski prints.

Heading back from Champery, Champoussin and Les Crosets back to the top of the Swiss Wall for yet another go.

Pete has also produced a wonderful set of paintings based around Lake Geneva which are currently being repainted into larger canvases. See the post

Pete’s prints are made in the UK and the EU so where ever you live you can get one delivered. He ships his paintings worldwide. More info on prints here from a shipping to UK perspective, but just reverse it and look for and EU or Netherlands flag for the ship to destination if you live in Switzerland. Swiss Sales tax may apply at the border. For orders to France the shipment is within the EU.

One of my favourite places at the top of Chavanette Chair. Sat in O’Padcha was a real treat with great big pots of HOT tea a rare treat in France, smiling waiters and great food.
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