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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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Second Attempt

It took me 5 hours (after a first failed attempt) to warp my loom. My back’s broken. I think I’ll do it in a different way next time, this was most uncomfortable. BUT it’s beautiful already! I hope I won’t get any nasty surprises. I chose grey colors, surprisingly, for my first weaving. I love wearing brown and grey, the pilgrim colors, they remind me of earth and rock.

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Tomorrow, I’ll weave my first row!

Weaving at last!

I thought I’d take a pause before doing my first warping. I’m a bit intimidated. I received my Kromski Harp rigid heddle loom in kit form and it has been a nightmare to assemble. BUT I got help from Lucy:

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Well, I lied. She was actually in the way and managed to gnaw one of the cords. But she is so adorable…

We went to a new place nearby today. Lucy in particular LOVES exploring new places. She actually refuses to go to places she’s become bored with. She just sits down or turns back. Luckily I now have a car so I can indulge in her special requests. And yes, I too, love exploring new places.

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Everyone is an island

I’m having a cosy day at home with Lucy and Pixie, while outside the rain’s falling continuously. I’ve finished my second painted cutout. It’s a topic which is dear to me: the island. It’s also a sanctuary, a place where you can truly be yourself, a cocoon, a chrysalis..You can of course get visitors but in the end, you are alone and … you are enough. Precious solitude in your own microcosms, entertained by your own inhabited depths. All is well.

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Dear Fairy Godmother

Here is my first painted cut-out. I had tremendous fun. I love painting on wood and I love oil colors, more than acrylics (which I used a lot before turning to digital painting). I rediscovered the pleasure of mixing my colors on the palette and the soft touch of the paintbrush. I haven’t decided what to do with it yet. My home doesn’t have enough space to store my own art. Maybe, I’ll keep producing and try selling on a Christmas market. or something similar. I have so many ideas… this is going to be fun.

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