Peterhof is a series of palaces and gardens, laid out on the orders of Peter the Great, and is sometimes called the "Russian Versailles".
It overlooks the Gulf of Finland, an arm of the Baltic Sea.
Peterhof, which became the most lavish of the Czar's summer residences now hangs some of my work - thanks to miracle of Photoshop.
I've always wondered how my paintings would look in an opulent, lavish, over-the-top setting.
Those Russian Czars had a seriously fussy flair for decorating.
Seriously, Photoshop is an invaluable tool in my studio.
The manipulation of photo reference can save me a lot of easel time.