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Welcome to my Inner World. I am a French self-taught artist, and these past seventeen years I have made Norway my home. Moving to the Lofoten islands was the greatest present I ever made to myself and the Arctic landscapes are indeed a true treat for any artist’s eyes. I live with my British soulmate,… Continue Reading

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Opalescent Glazes over Velvet underglazes

I’m not sure I like glossy glazes on my bas reliefs, I think it’d work better with some matte glazes but unfortunately, most commercial matte glazes don’t inspire me. I think I know now more or less in which direction I want to go. My head is brimming with new ideas.

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I have been experimenting with oils on ceramic but I’m looking forward to trying my new Amaco Opalescent glazes on the Cernunnos tiles. I also did some gilding for the first time and loved it:
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Some of my Opalescent tests:
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Meanwhile, here’s a troll:
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She looks nice, doesn’t she?
And here’s miss Lucy in her pancake position, chilling out in the sun (her fur is so much longer now):
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Oils on Ceramic

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I finished painting a few brooches with oils, and I like them. I say brooches, but actually they could also work as pendants, or even glued on furniture or on a wall as decorative accents.

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And my favourite:

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I won’t sell those, I will wear them or give them as presents. But when I come back from France, I’ll make more.

I also started a new diorama and this is a work in progress, there’ll be many other layers:

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I think if you want to enjoy a meal at this table, you’d better bring a hot water bottle.

Oil Paints and Diorama

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It needs to dry a bit but I’ve already tried to enhance one of the ceramic brooches with my Cobra oils, and it works fine.
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That’s more like me, I think. I’m eager to order more oil colours (my choice is limited at the moment) and paint on ceramics. I absolutely love it. Love the feel of the oil paint on the ceramic. I can think of a few artist friends who would love it, too.

I finished assembling a diorama today, it will soon go in my Etsy store. As soon as I can find some cardboard boards in town (which is not guaranteed, alas, since I live in a very remote place). Wish me luck.

Here are some new pictures:

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