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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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Lanterns

Working hard for my private little Yule market. I’m very much into ceramic lanterns at the moment. I get to use texture rolls I had made some while ago but never got to use until now. I love carving in negative, and then press into a slab of clay and… surprise!:

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This is SO cool! Now I have to let it dry a bit so I can assemble it into the shape of a boat.

Other things drying:

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And my first Yule ornament, painted on wood. I’m quite eager to go back to painting but clay takes a long time to dry. I need to finish all my lanterns as soon as possible.

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A New Recipe

Apparently, you can live on yarn. I dreamed I was preparing food for my mother’s guests and I said to her I was afraid some yarns had fallen in the salad dressing (I’m really bad at cooking) but she replied that we could eat yarn, it was perfectly allright. I woke up as I was ordering more yarn online. I did wonder how long it would take before yarn found a way into my dreams…

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Weaving for the Little People

These days, I weave with a smile on my face, I adore the colors I’m working with. Unfortunately, it’s all acrylic, but once in a while, it’s ok. I will use this for a hat (a pointy hat, of course). I have lots of yarns I use as accents: ribbons, eyelash, glitter and fluff, a palette from Fairyland. This is fun.

It glitters a lot more than the photograph suggests.

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