Welcome to my Inner World

I am a French self-taught artist, and these past twenty 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, my sweet Papillon girls, Lucy and Pixie and the spirit of my border collie, Loki. My creativity is a tribute to the eyes that blink in the heart of every smallest thing, the flowing dreams whose pulse tries to reach to us in our most meditative state.

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My Latest Posts :

Chien de Féerie

J’avais décidé de ne pas me lever aujourd’hui et de juste sombrer dans le miséricordieux oubli que procure le sommeil, mais entre plusieurs réveils et crises de larmes, j’ai commencé d’écrire dans ma tête, des fragments ici et là. Et finalement, décidé de me lever pour écrire réellement. Loki est décédé hier et la douleur est juste trop brute, trop

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Faery Dog

Traduction Française ici I had decided I wouldn’t get up today and just slip into the merciful oblivion of sleep, but in between waking up in pools of my own tears, I started to write in my head, bits here and there. And finally decided to get up in order to write “for real”. Loki passed away yesterday and the

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Kundry

Prints

I finally managed to get the hang of the printing process and I am proud to announce that there are now four different paintings available in my Etsy store. These are high quality prints, it took me countless hours of printing trials to arrive to this result. And a lot of swearing too, believe me. I decided to print only

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The little bits of my paintings I love the most:

A Totally Random Post Popping Out Of Nowhere:

  • Pixie’s Goblin
    This is a little guardian for my Pixie. At first, I needle felted everything and I was not satisfied. I've been dissatisfied with felting for a long while, this is why I felted less often than I'd like because it always led me to disappointment. I wish I could take a course with a Russian needle felting master but this is not possible and perhaps this is not my thing. Instead, I followed my vision and used everything that could help me to reach my goal. I tore off the head. Very nasty, but the goblin listened to my plea and agreed. Then I made another head with paper clay (paper maché), I inserted glass eyes, sanded the face and I varnished the head before painting on it. I reworked the crown to define it more, I applied clear varnish on the inside. I also used bits of my hand woven fabrics and I think I will definitely go in that direction, incorporate more weaving while still felting the body and adding felted elements like leaves, stars and the like. I also added bits of organza here and there. And here he is, shimmering and very pleased with my work. Save Save

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