I am so thrilled to be in Pia Jane Bijkerk’s new book: “Little Treasures: Made by Hand” Her book is a self publishing adventure: Pia has written and photographed everything herself. She wrote a lovely story about my me, it made me smile and missing her being in Amsterdam even more… I gave Pia my first whale after she interviewed me to her first book. I was very moved to know that this whale found himself in the room of Pia’s little girl… This is her second book that I’m mentioned in- so wonderful–Thank you Dear Pia! Thank you Joetta Maue for asking me to interview for the one and only Mr. X Stitch….:-)
So happy to be mentioned (again) at the wonderful and amazingthe jealous curator – thank you dear Danielle! My new work series: “lonley-houses” : threads on paper (canvas paper 220 gm archival fine art).
So happy to received the “liebster award” from the lovley Maartje from dutchdelights! Thanks Maartje!! Now it’s my turn to pass the award to five other bloggers, so here it goes: 1. Patrice A 2. Julia da franca 3. Mano’s welt 4. The art cake 5. Stroke of the brush Enjoy and pass the award to five other bloggers….:-)
I’m very excited to have a workshop inspired by my art-work at Atelier Oosterbosch. The idea and initiation was all in the hands of the amazing Anita Oosterbosch. We are going to make a collage and then translate it to a beautiful textile-art-work. looking forward…:-) Two last things: Check this great “the art cake“ art site runs by very lovely Christi! and this amazing summer days here make me so damn happy… 🙂 Some pictures I’ve took at the last workshop
The pot hole gardener is a project run by Londoner Steve Wheen, who brings greenery and miniature scenes to the streets of east London. Following other Guerrilla Gardeners, Wheen says: ‘my neighborhood has a distinct lack of green space and I’m a gardener with no garden.’ Some matches are just meant to be. My dears, with this spring- post, I’m taking a break from my blog. There are exciting projects that I’m working on and ( to my big surprise…) I can’t do it all. See you all soon!.
Beautiful spring, sunny day was last Sunday. We went out to one of our favorite places: Elswout. While enjoying the nature around us, we heard a loud sound and suddenly a cloud of color was above our heads. I don’t what going on with me and birds lately and parrot in particularly- but there he was-a gorgeous, colorful, huge parrot landed on the tree next to us. Strait from a National Geography film….:-)
Industrial vs handwork, unique, one-of-a- kind. Thread on paper. This week challenge was hosted by the lovely Rachel.