Journal


Tree of Life – how a painting is born, part 2

on the day before my trip I was a little obsessed about the Tree of Life. I was feeling a little blocked – maybe because I was so tired and my eyes were hurting and feeling heavy. but I decided to start a quick research about the subject, since my knowledge about trees of life was a bit too generic. I could realize how complex it is, though, since there are myths about trees practically in every culture of this world. working with myths is a treacherous field. the further […]


clean.

I’m back from my short trip. I guess. first action: to change the blog’s layout. tired of that dark color, nothing like something clean. it seems like my thoughts can breath now. be right back.


she’s my masterpiece 1

hope you all have had a wonderful Mother’s Day, like mine. I’ll have no internet connection for a few days. be back next week, hopeful with some new stuff to show you all.


Tree of Life – how a painting is born, part I 2

I decided to give me a more prolonged break from the the triptych and work in a different project. since I had planned to submit a piece to the beautiful Embracing Our Differences exhibit, I decided to start working on it. I thought that it might be also a good opportunity to show in more details how I create and build a picture – and how crazy and erratic the creation process can be. the image submitted to the exhibit should not be very complex, but rather transmit the idea […]


"The Chemistry" in Australia

last weekend the mailman left me something from Australia… The Small Tapestry is a newsletter issued by the Pagan Awareness Network to all their members. it’s very well done and informative. the Autumn edition is bringing my piece “The Chemistry” on its cover. thank you Veronica and PAN folks, I loved it!