…. and what I finally ended up doing, are usually two very different things.
You know how it goes, you get up, all bright eyed and bushy tailed and ready to go. The muse is awake, the clay is on the table.. so here we go, right? Wrong.
First there is the shower, the breakfast… the e-mail… then there is Flickr, Twitter, Facebook, Blogposts… Pinterest and any possible links someone has suggested I need to check before I die…
and then… it is noon. Time for lunch! Also ti
“I wish I was creative, but I am not” – “I can’t draw” – “I was not good at art at school”
After hearing this sooooo many times, I just wanted to write my humble opinion about this, spiced with examples. There are so many people who tell me they would LOVE to be able to make their own jewellery, frames for pictures, presents for relatives but say that they are “not creative”. And each time they do this, I feel it to be my duty to convert their thoughts! I never had the oppo
I needed to share this with you: Last week we visited a great modern Art Gallery in the centre of Inverness. I have been asked to display some pieces there and I am really chuffed with that and extremely honoured to share the same space with some very talented people! I’ve also been working on a new series called Azul and here are some sneak previews. They still have to be strung and photographed nicely. The series consists of pendants, earrings and cufflinks which I made