March 31, 2011
Some photos from the past week.
New collage, daffodils, dried peony, morning light.
'Pray for Japan' participants.
Labels: collage, flowers and vases, my new home
March 25, 2011
Blossoms, T-Rex with three eggs, of whom one
diplodocus pinky specimen, potholder front & back
Happy weekend everybody!
( Don't forget we're going on to summer time
this weekend :^)
March 24, 2011
March 20, 2011
Started making another collage this morning;
I think this one is more suitable for the
'Pray for Japan' project.
I'm sorry for the poor quality of the photos,
really need a more sophisticated camera.
And maybe a tripod.
March 18, 2011
Pray for Japan.
I was trying to make a papertrash collage for
The Charity Exhibition
'Pray for Japan'
I'm still working on it; more photos in my next
In case you would like to participate, look here; The
sales of exhibition will be contributed via Japanese
Red Cross Society.
The exhibition will be on April 5th-17th 2011
at galerie doux dimanche.
Have a nice weekend.
La casita raffle.
March 12, 2011
Some Indoor Saturdaynightshots.
Selfportrait in mirror.
La mariée était en noir presscutting
Necklace and one copy by me
Yours never fades, by Natalie Giulia Wynants
March 09, 2011
This is what you need:
A worn out basket, some plastic bags in the colours
you like, a large darning needle and a pair of scissors
to cut the plastic strips.
you start weaving, only there where the basket is
First in one direction, then...
in the opposit direction.
You can see on the photo that there are still some
weak parts, so...
you cut another strip from a soft plastic bag, like
those you find in the Turkish greengrocer's for example,
and do some additional stitches, only there where
it is needed.
Don't bother about the inside, that is of minor
babyboom at atelier solarshop
March 07, 2011
Some pages from the graphic issue #15 (autumn 2010)
with a nice Karel Martens interview and beautiful
photos of his atelier.
The potholder interventions are mine; I was trying another
gradient from cream to light yellow and I finished with
old pink and indigo, but the indigo looks black
on the photo, too bad.
The goat gradient :^)
Mad about that body ball too!
March 04, 2011
by Pierre Bailly & Céline Fraipont
Happy weekend everybody!
March 02, 2011
Isn't that a curious pattern for a fungus!
I must say I like the design, but I'm afraid it
will harm my rosemary; what shall I do;
any experts here?
The first photo is a piece of painted silk; to get
that pattern, you only have to sprinkle some salt
on the wet paint; the colours start to blend as a
matter of course.
New life 2010 :^)
Sick of the Radio
field & sea
Labels: flowers and vases, gardening, silkpainting
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