A few months ago I received a very exciting mail send by the lovely Séverine Gallardo from Edition Marguerite Waknine, a french publishing house specialized in contemporary art. They were interested in publishing a book about my art work. I can’t say enough how happy and honored I feel. It was a very interesting process of collecting and choosing the suitable work. After all these weeks of preparations, here it is: A beautiful new handsome book! You can check their site for more details and look around to see their other exciting books!
What a week it was! started with my work featured at Design sponge(with wonderful works by Kate Pruitt), later in “Things Organized Neatly” and ended at “collectif textile“. And at the very end of the week- my birthday. (on that, on the coming post…:-). -thank you all very much! and a bit of autumn also arrived this week in full glory …
My dears, I thought it is an appropriate date on the 1st of May to pop-up and say hello. It is a very busy time in my life at this moment and sometimes I feel that all is going to fast. I’m creating (or more honest to say- trying to create). I participated in a workshop inspired by my own work (was great!!!), got myself completely addicted to Pinterest and I had a shitty shitty shitty bicycle accident while riding with my daughter on the back of my bike…:-( That, I must admit shuck me down and took me away for quite some time. We are OK- the BIGGEST LUCK of all is that nothing happened to my daughter Romi. I got pretty badly bruised, but further we are fine… So, happy 1th of may to everyone. I cant say that I feel like a worker (although sometimes more like a slave..;-) But as an artist, creative women and a mother many times worker is the most accurate description … Soviet postcards are from Flickr …
Found those 50’s French school learning cards, aren’t they just lovely? (via:Flickr)
Like? love? adore? You choose! Share your love with your friends and send them “I …YOU” card! If you want to get a fancy, double side folded version of “I…YOU” card download and print it right here. Happy weekend!
Inspired by this week drawing challenge I couldn’t resist the kvadrat clouds, and Joni Mitchells.Well, I can never resist Joni Mitchell. Every reason to bring her here for a visit is a good reason for me, especially when she is singing “I really don’t know clouds at all.” My heart is melting in every time… To get over the tears from our friend Joni, try to play with these fun words cloud machine… Happy weekend!
Judith G. Klausner obviously didn’t listen to her mother saying: Don’t play with your food! Now she is making art from/with food. I think the Cereal work is great, and my favorite is off course the moldy bread embroidery.