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Color Palette

Of all things color and design in my palette

Sock monkey – The big brother

About 2,5 years ago I made this sock monkey for my nephew. At the time it seemed like it will be just a gift. However, there was a spark, a deep falling in love, and ever since then an incredibly... Continue Reading →

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No two pipe cleaners are alike

Like any other crafty person if I need something for a project I head to the craft store. I imagine a sculptor who does installations would head to the junkyard, or one who carves marble to a quarry. Like the... Continue Reading →

Padstow harbor and three ships

Cornwall has been a subject of quite a few of my pieces. It is one of those magical places that I wish to visit once. A place where the Mediterranean colors, warmth jump at you and wildly wrap you in... Continue Reading →

Little mouse on a boat

Each year I try to make something really special for my husband for Christmas. I've painted for him these last two years (see the posts here and here), so I thought I'd do something different this time around. That's when... Continue Reading →

Multi-functional table anyone?

Mr AP and I have a cozy little apartment. One where everything has its place, where everything is multi-functional, and where there isn't really room for much else. Whenever we played a board-game we would play it at our dining... Continue Reading →

Acrylic gels… and no, this is not a post about nailpolish

While looking for inspiration and doing some research for a new set of paintings I'll be doing I  came across this concept of acrylic gel mediums. I kept looking at the pictures, the result, and was mesmerized to see how... Continue Reading →

Signing up for a good cause

One of my hometown's local civil organizations, TESZ asked me to help with one of their campaigns. They asked me to create a sign, poster for their annual food drive. I was provided with the paper, the final dimensions and...... Continue Reading →

Birdhouse update – Roof damage

The mornings are crisp. Fallen leaves are rustling under my feet and the air smells of rotting, decomposing nature. As the bottom of the sky reddens with the sunset I draw the curtains, snuggle up to a good cup of... Continue Reading →

Is it a Skip or a Quack?

Last Friday my Dad showed up unexpected and asked if I could do him a tiny bit of a favor. He asked if I could draw him a little sign for a charity event he would host the next day.... Continue Reading →

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