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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The Goblins’ Gate

If you knock on the rock, maybe they’ll let you in.

Nice weather seems to occur only on my working days. Today was pretty stormy so I took the girls to the other side of the mountain but there too, it was quite chilly. It was beautiful though. I was glad to see the colors of the rock (all these shades of grey) and the green moss. The girls didn’t seem to mind the weather. I stopped on the way back to take a picture but I couldn’t open the door of the car, the wind wouldn’t let me. Now I’m “hygging” at home with a nice cup of green tea with lemon and juniper.


A Goblin in the Making

A goblin chilling on my altar. The armature is made of wire and the body is needle felted (this is for me the longest and most boring part). The head is made of sanded paper clay. I painted the face with my favourite oils, Cobra (which you can dilute with water only and they dry pretty fast). His eyes are made of glass and of course, the hair will be added once he’s all dressed up.



Faerie Weaving

I’ve been weaving on my little loom to dress my latest goblin. The pink and red fabric is in two pieces because half-way, I had broken a few threads in the warp so I had to cut and re-tie them. This happens only when you behave quite unreasonably when choosing the yarn for the warp and opt for fragile yarns while hoping for the best. That will teach me (perhaps).

I adore these colors! I love my “Faerie” weaving!



I really dislike cooking, but I don’t mind cooking…with  colours. I’m preparing a piece of felt for my next felted tree. As you can see, it’s a messy business, but I actually enjoy tapping the fibers with my fingers so that the dyes spread evenly. I should really buy some waterproof gloves but I doubt I can find a small size. Meanwhile, the dye wears off. Eventually. I steam the colours in a basket and of course, my favourite part is opening the plastic wrap and seeing how my blends have turned out. Now it’s all ready to be needle felted (a bit) and then wet felted (a lot) and assembled with glue as I see fit.