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This week I also conducted a workshop with the youngest in school, 6 year olds. They were explained that we need more insects and flowers, but we have little space for flower fields in the city. Therefor we need to … Continue reading
You would think everything here on earth has been discovered by now. If you would want to find something new, where would you go? How would you travel? This was the question I put upon a group of 8 and … Continue reading
BEARDS 2013 | PS | summer 2018 My son is now 13 years old, and did this for a school assignment: Make a poster for a book you read. First year English class. He did one of his first loves, The … Continue reading
A composition of magazine paper rolls, done by a 10-yearsold pupil of the local school. It looks like a modern Léger, a message from a world where media are the new (industrial*) revolution. * a big theme in Leger’s work. … Continue reading
I just heard the sad news of Al Jarreau, he died yesterday, at the age of 76. His music is a chapter in my life. So sad. But! He was here and he did inspire audiences and music pupils all over the … Continue reading
BeadRoute is a new project I started, under the wings of The Fabric Of Home. For now, a webshop for travel companions. Bracelets composed of vintage and new beads come from all over the world, are charged with experience, made by … Continue reading
Wonderful work by the 6 and 7-year old artists in school, to end the old and welcome the new!
I just stumbled upon this image on Pinterest. It caught my eye, the deep blue, the watery swoosh, a certain energy there… It had many likes and has been re-blogged often, I noticed. It was made by Austrian-Czech aquarellist and landscape … Continue reading