If you are a fan of colorful textiles and patterns then I am sure you know about the designer Kaffe Fassett already? He designs the coolest quilting fabrics around, and then uses his own designs to compose quilt patterns that works well for his bold fabrics. That’s what I think he is most known for, […]
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I love visiting the creative space of other people. Places where you can detect the artist in every item, in the way the garden looks, in the book shelf… At some places you can almost feel the creative work going on in the air surrounding the place… Don’t you just love when you can tell […]
I read Alyson B. Stanfield’s book I’d Rather Be in the Studio (the Artist’s No-Excuse Guide to Self-Promotion) from the first page to the last when I got it in the mail – and loved it! This book is about marketing for the self-employed, aimed at painting artists mainly, but I think you will gain […]
I took these photos last year when I did an interview with the wood crafter Jögge at his home. I just loved his work place, a white studio for painting and a work place for carving and cutting wood. Enjoy!
I was reading Claire’s blog Loobylu this morning. It was one of the first blogs I found on the Internet, and it inspired me to start a blog of my own. In Australia where she lives they have hot summer with bush fires and extreme heat. Here, in the northern part of Sweden, on the […]
I painted this old IKEA shelf… It was already varnished in rust brown when I got it although it was originally sold unpainted, just plain wood. It’s an IVAR I think (I bought it second hand). The varnish was quite nice, but it’s not at all my style. So after a lot of hesitation I […]