HAVE YOU EVER SEEN THE BEACH? – quilt

A small piece of beach with hundreds and hundreds of highlighted magnified sand grains. Inspired by the way the sunlight hits and reflects off of the little things in life, like sand grains. See the little to get an idea of the big. The artist used hand painting, hand stitching and hand embroidery techniques toContinue reading “HAVE YOU EVER SEEN THE BEACH? – quilt”

A Childhood’s Dream

One of my childhood dreams was to become a Forester, to take care of the forest, the trees, the mushrooms, the wild animals, the birds…. This handmade cushion is dedicated to that dream. A FORESTER’S SYMPHONY handmade cushion materials: wool, cotton, acrylic and organic corn fiber filling techniques: machine knitting, nuno-felting, rope making, embroidery size:Continue reading “A Childhood’s Dream”

Queen of Heaven

handmade tote bag materials: vintage lacy curtains, wool, acrylic, vintage fabric for the lining techniques: nuno-felting, rope making, basketry weaving, sewing, embroidery size: 30 x 32 cm production date: 2011 handmade cushion materials: vintage lacy curtains, wool, acrylic techniques: nuno-felting, rope making, sewing, embroidery size: 45 x 45 x 17 cm production date: 2011

DARUMA BEAR AND THE BEES

Terracotta jar with handmade textile elements size: 12 x 12 x 20 cm May 2015 Inspired by the Japanese Daruma doll. See also my painting DARUMA BEAR made September 2013 and the stoneware plate DARUMA BEAR AND THE BEE made in August 2014

CROISSANT ANIMALIS

Be the Taurus in whom we reside Be the light shining through the Moon the Moon being matter raised up into Heaven Make a gateway to the Light through all the buttery, flaky, rolled and folded, layered puff pastry Because the Sky is yours you can choose the fillings Bring some air into those vastContinue reading “CROISSANT ANIMALIS”

embracing you with many arms

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