Working on The perfect home is my perfect home

This project started like a search in a moment when I felt like I had no place both physically and spiritually and although I still do not feel like I have a physical place, I no longer feel the need for one. During the search I got to the conclusion that my perfect home is… Continue reading Working on The perfect home is my perfect home

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See it with your own eyes

There are three artists on my must see list that also exhibited at this year's Miniartextil - To weave dreams: Janet Echelman, who is my favorite textile artist ❤ Numen / For Use, which was the most fun art experience so far 😀 and Nao Kimura, whose "Methamorphosis" turned out to be my favorite installation… Continue reading See it with your own eyes

Art that brings you home

During the opening of Miniartextil 2016 - To weave dreams in Como, Italy, I had the pleasure of meeting María Muñoz, who is the winner of the prize Arte&Arte of this year's exhibition. Apart from the delight that is her and her husband's company, the dreamlike landscape that is her work changed into something more… Continue reading Art that brings you home

Dreams come true

Dreams can drown you like the violin sound drowns the piano's song just to lift it back up in all it's beauty. Catch that moment and make it real, swinging from the haze of your mind. Weave a colourful cloth and cover yourself in it to better dream another dream that will break you so… Continue reading Dreams come true

My creations have their own free will

A while ago I wrote about my intention to start a Family. It  began  with a mother and two children... twins. The twins were created to complete the Three friends, which I always felt should be five. But I made those two in a slightly different way than the other three and even if the… Continue reading My creations have their own free will

Childhood cypresses

When I made my Three friends, I entertained the idea that they should be five. When I made the other two Friends, I used a different type of structure to hold the rope netting and they ended up looking quite different from the other three, which wasn't bad, but so alike one another that I… Continue reading Childhood cypresses