July 30, 2012
July 28, 2012
Some domestic scenes.
speaking of furs, I got an extra one for two weeks, one that is purring & lazy & fluffy, etc... remember Stella? Heavens she's become fat!
Baked apples with brown sugar, my favourite calorie bomb :^)
Labels: flowers and vases, silkpainting
July 25, 2012
photo 2-3-4-5 at Katleen's garden; the blackberries are almost ready :^)
photo 1 at my place this morning
thank you all for the sweet words on my previous post!
Labels: gardens, my new home
July 20, 2012
July 17, 2012
July 15, 2012
The garden of Barbara, John & Eugène.
'Sunday clears away the rust of the whole week' says Joseph Addison
... and with the help of a beautiful garden full of wildflowers and some goodies to eat, the 'derusting' goes much more easier in my opinion :^)
Hope you had a nice sunday too!
July 12, 2012
Have you ever heard of the Chelsea chop?
Well, I've read about it in my favorite garden book 'The thrifty gardener' by Alys Fowler; actually it was not really a Chelsea chop, because it is usually carried out at the end of May, coïnciding with the RHS Chelsea Flower Show; but the result is as drastic!
By the way, the chopped plant was a sage.
got some fresh vegetables from a friend and the sweet peas are in bloom, they spread a wonderfull fragrance;
in the evening, dinner with a friend;
in short, it was a very relaxing day today :^)
July 09, 2012
The Prinzhorn Collection.
I saw this exhibition five years ago at the Guislain Museum, but was too dumb to buy the catalog at the time; they were all pieces from the Prinzhorn Collection, so I was happy I could get a reprint when I was in the museum two weeks ago :^)
I went to see Hermine's graduation exhibition, which was also very impressive, check it out here.
The pictures in this post are all from the catalog, except the one with the embroidered jacket; the bottom pics show shreds of torn bed linen.
more pictures soon.
goodnight & sweet dreams :)
July 05, 2012
This is where my house lives.
If you're in Ghent, you should definitily see this exhibition at the Dr. Guislain Museum, at least I was very impressed!
photo 1&2, J'ai perdu ma tête, by Peter Granser
photo 3&4, This is where my house lives by Eddo Hartmann
photo 5&6, Asylums. Inside the closed world of State Mental Hospitals, by Christopher Payne
Eddo Hartmann interviewed on Belgian radio.
More detailed potholder pictures on my flickr.http://www.flickr.com/photos/at-swim-two-birds/
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