Some time ago I planned a series of small paintings with the theme of ‘Perpetual blooms’. At the time, I only painted one, but now several years later when I’m looking for an avenue to get back into my painting practise, I thought this would be the perfect opportunity.
About a month or so ago I starting playing with kumihimo, a Japanese method of braiding cords.
I had the awful experience of nearly stepping on an egg.
It was like discovering Christmas.
I’m not a birder, well, not really. If I was to call myself one, I would then have to call myself a planter, rocker, crabber, beacher, insecter, spider-er, general bugger,….er, yeah, some of them are mis-informative and downright impolite 😀
Routine can be an inspiration killer
I was wondering what to post for Willy Nilly Friday Five and Five on Friday this week when I realised I had five bracelets and five new pairs of earrings on my beadmat. So here be this week’s five. Here be five pairs of earrings recently made and not quite finished. And here are […]
Last night I managed to make a new bracelet in my Duo Flowers series and it has me all fired up to make more.
I love maps. I can stare at them for hours, particularly when I’m planning to go somewhere new.
While I was photographing, I came across this.