Hand-knitted muff to cover your hands (FUGU is the Japanese word for BLOWFISH) “Everything came together really. It was winter, time for something to protect your hands from the cold, I was studying Japanese, I heard Alice Cooper’s ‘Poison’ on the radio, and I thought of holding hands with someone poisonous..” technique: hand knitting, sewingContinue reading “holding hands with FUGU”
mmmmmm….’thought beads’ used for counting mantras whilst meditating. Made out of body wash towels, to purify the mind and wash away obstacles. technique: crochet production date: 2010
KAMI means ‘spirit’ (神) in Japanese. hand knitted object on acrylic painted canvassize painting: 20 x 25 x 4 cmproduction date: 2012
The meaning of ‘dab’ or ‘dabbing’ can be: – to apply with short poking strokes – to cover lightly with a moist substance – to strike or hit lightly, a light touch – to tap gently with the hand The British word ‘a dab hand’ means: A person skilled in a particular activity; an expert.Continue reading “DABBES”
burst open high explosive delight and emotion a sweet bomb this shell body is bouncing in the lap of wind and time spreading it’s fumes into happy motion creating stars with the effect of an oversized shotgun shell like a comet finding it’s orbit in space bursting in action giving taste and tender light toContinue reading “cutting the barbed wire entanglements in no man’s land”
This is Smokey, he comes from the Banksia Tree. Now he is a bit traumatized, because he was in the middle of a bushfire, and that is why I made a soft and soothing jumper for him to hide away in.
Because so many people are telling us how unpleasantly cold and windy and rainy the weather in Melbourne is…. I’ve been knitting myself a big big shawl. I think I will be just fine then.
This afternoon it is time for my Egghead again. This former hard hat will be sitting in a café, working on her book. I love that! Finding silence in the midst of city’s huzzle and buzzle.. Egghead – in medias res Former hard hat covered with hand-knitting. Production date: 2012 Material: wool and acrylic
The Green-eyed Monster (As green as Cupid) Eye-ball cushion production date: 2012 size: ca. 30 x 30 x 30 cm technique: combination of knitting, rope making and basket weaving material: merino wool and acrylic