West Orange, NJ, May 06, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The Official Site for Organization Claude Monet and has been formed to inspire, support and bring together all those interested in the many worlds of Claude Monet. Those that love Claude Monet's art, art in general, gardens and gardening, travel, fine cuisine, beautiful flowers and Monet's home and Gardens in Giverny can join together. Together you can walk in the steps of Claude Monet and reawakeing many of his passions. Monet created his home and Gardens in Giverny as an oasis for all the wonderful things life has to offer. He chose Normandy, where he was born to settle and create his special world. As he dined on the wonderful Camembert cheese of Normandy and sipped his favorite champagne or Calvados, when the right light effect was present, nothing would stop him from running to his canvases and capturing the effect. That is what Impressionism is all about, the light effect. Monet's Palate and www.monetspalate.com will support Organization Claude Monet in helping to bring awareness of this wonderful and important organization that celebrates everything about the father of Impressionism Claude Monet.
Membership to Organization Claude Monet is free. For the very first time those who love Claude Monet will have a place to interact, and share art, cooking, travelling and gardening tips at the message center. In addition donations can be given directly to the Musée d'Art Américain, Giverny, 99 rue Claude Monet, Giverny, France can be given directly to this wonderful museum at their website which is www.maag.org. The museum is devoted to the art and artists that walked in the steps of Monet. When Claude Monet moved to Giverny in 1883, many American and European artists settled down in the village until World War I and formed an important colony of impressionist painters. This colony of artists developed itself around painters like Theodore Robinson, Lilla Cabot Perry, Frederick MacMonnies, Frederick Carl Frieseke, etc. ClaudeMonet.org and MonetsPalate.com are proud to help the tradition Claude Monet started in his small town in Normandy, Giverny, France. - Aileen Bordman is the President of Organization Claude Monet.