Stoneware ceramic jar covered with basketry weaving from hand twisted rope and cork lid | 21 x 13 x 13 cm | October 2015
Artwork title: Home-In-The-WoodsMedium: tapestry Techniques: embroidery, hand-stitching, hand painting, tuft embroidery, Sashiko, appliqué Materials: natural dyedContinue reading “Home-In-The-Woods”
Artwork title: Breaking WavesArtwork subtitle: As We Are Moving Through The SpheresMedium: TapestrySize: 99 x 160 cmProduction date: 2020
paint and pencil on paper | size: 24 x 17 cm | production date: February 2019
pen and pencil on paper | size: 14 x 19 cm | production date: February 2019
I watched the cows bathing in the River Ganges in India and I watched the cows bathing in a Billabong in South Hampton, Western Australia. They looked so peaceful, so pure and at ease with themselves and in their environment. “Holy cows in Billabong and River Ganges, the Sacred Land is everywhere”.
One of my childhood dreams was to become a pâtissière, I thought it would be so much fun to make sweets, cookies and cakies every day! 😊 These little spherical jars, for keeping or serving sweets (or jewellery or something else of course), are dedicated to that childhood dream.