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.
Terracotta jar with handmade textile elementssize: 12 x 12 x 20 cmMay 2015 Daruma Kuma is one of the characters in my first picture/children’s book. Inspired by my own experiences and the Japanese Daruma (doll).
ceramic jar/mixed media workmaterials: glazed white stoneware, vintage fabric, merino wool and corn fiber fillingtechniques: embroidery and potterysize: 17 x 11 x 11 cmMarch 2015 Be the Taurusin whom we reside Be the light shining through the Moonthe Moon being matter raised up into Heaven Make a gateway to the Lightthrough all the buttery, flaky,Continue reading “CROISSANT ANIMALIS”
white stoneware plate size: 14 cm in diameter September 2014 See also my work CELEBRATION
(blowfish)ceramic jarsize: 11 x 11 x 11 cmAugust 2014
Inspired by the Dharmachakra, the Wheel of the Dharma. Within Indian religions such as Jainism, early Buddhism and Hinduism it has presented Buddha’s teaching of the path to Nirvana, the eight arms symbolising the Noble Eightfold Path. stoneware plate size: 17 cm August 2014 See also the 2D mixed media work I made in January 2014
‘In the blink of an eye all will be changed,all be transformed’ Using mould as a metaphor for transformation;there where something dies, something else comes alive ceramic jar with woollen tuft embroidered lidsize: 8 cm x 11 cm in diameterAugust 2014 See also my ‘Flower of Mould‘ blanket I made in 2007 See a littleContinue reading “IN THE BLINK OF AN EYE”
ceramic plate17 cm in diameterAugust 2014 See also the painting I made in September 2013
ceramic jar with woollen rope handle on the lidsize: 10 cm x 10 cm x 13 cmAugust 2014 See also the drawing I made in June 2013 See a little video showing this 3D object: https://vimeo.com/didilu/videos