Tag Archive: garden

Red Fruit from the garden. Porcelain from the studio.

Delicatessen of a summer’s garden: Red Fruit.

Ceramics, Green Life

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January Januari Enero

So it happened… holidays are over and we have gone back to school (…already yesterday!). Back to early nights and early mornings and scratching ice on the windshield of the car. Back to routine. Over the past few weeks I… (READ MORE)

Ceramics, Doodles*Thought

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A little something for the weekend…

“To plant a garden is to believe in Tomorrow”… I’m not sure who said this (do you?) but I do believe is true. I know we are entering autumn in the northern hemisphere, but let it be something to put… (READ MORE)


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Autumn is here and I love it. But after a few days of gray and cold I need some color and brightness. Here a little doodle done in watercolors and pen.  


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Porcelain + cherries

With this early summer come also the bounties from the garden. This year I didn’t have a lot of time to prepare a large veggie patch, but the orchard is in full swing. Lots of apples, pears, grapes, walnuts and… (READ MORE)


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Garden in Blue

I’ve been doing a lot of drawing lately. I like drawing although I was never very confident about those skills. However, a bit stuck and with lots of ideas needing to get out, I grabbed pencil and paper… and then… (READ MORE)


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Picking up after the rain…

So many months wondering where the rain was… well, here it is. All at once! In the few dry spells during the day, I go out and prepare more dyes. It is now the time. Natural dyestuffs, flowers, leaves… they… (READ MORE)

Dyeing, Green Life

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silent week…

I haven’t left… I’ve just had one of those weeks… But I do have some work to show for the time passed… Monday I started drawing with wool: Laying the lines that serve as contour and sketch for this blanket…. (READ MORE)


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I don’t want to bore you…

But I’m just so happy with all these colourful fruit! I just harvested these cherries. The other half I harvested, I already ate… one for me, one for the bowl 🙂 So you don’t think I’ve forgotten all about felt,… (READ MORE)

Felt, Green Life

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It is that time of the year again, albeit a bit later than usual, in which I just walk into the garden and see what there is… a few currants, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries… that will make a breakfast. Thanks to… (READ MORE)

Green Life

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what sunday left…

…a sore back, from bending over for hours pulling our weed and planting veggies in the garden: peas, beans, maiz, chard, lupins and some more. …and there is a bit left over from this bread I made for lunch, with… (READ MORE)

Green Life

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Multipurpose plant: Rhubarb

Another of those multi-purpose plants I have in the garden is Rhubarb. It’s the first sign that the spring is coming… it’s leaves start unfolding late in winter/early in the spring. I don’t know in other soils, but here at… (READ MORE)

Dyeing, Fibre Art, Green Life

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