It’s not just a new year resolution. It’s something that shows how balanced my life is. If I get around creating art, learning a new skill, practising something and experimenting it means that I have enough space in my life to play and explore.It also… Read More »Life drawing practice – art as an indicator of mental health
I am wondering about the topics of my doodles. Hungry kids seem to be a theme. They are adorable, but why are they always hungry or cold? (oh wait, the cold I can explain. I am always cold – there’s no meta to that –… Read More »The theme of hunger in my doodles: Rewriting my story
These two are already sold. I wonder how the octopus hipster couple is doing these days … Maybe I should make another pair. I still have Polymer Clay at home, but I stopped using it when I lived in an apartment without an oven for… Read More »Oktopus-Hipster-Couple-Earringsp
Just like throwing away my plastic cutlery for picnics to replace it with bamboo ones, I can’t bring myself to throw away the polymer clay jewellery I made and the material I still have lying around. I am planning to make more polymer clay jewellery… Read More »“Sleepy Bear Trophy” Pendant – What to do with the “bad” stuff?
A tiny and cute scribble. This would make a good hipster cat tattoo. Unfortunately, I have no tattoos and I do not plan on getting any though I really like them. Every time I found something I really loved, I waited for a year before… Read More »Hipster Cat Tattoo and the fear of making mistakes
Not only this sculpture but also writing this article taught me a lot about letting go. And truth be told I am not really interested in this lesson… The sculpture because it’s a lost form technique and the article because I just started working with… Read More »Lost form concrete sculpture – Berta von Flausch
Back in the days, I had a shop at Dawanda – the German? European? – knock off from Etsy where I sold those paper cranes. I worked ok without any advertising, and that surprised me. Why would anyone pay for something they can easily do… Read More »Morts brutales – Origami cranes made of old books