Tuesday, November 07, 2017

sleep and the time and between

The Occasional Flickers have a new album out...not so new in fact, but it is finally out there, ready to be listened to..Half-know, it's the song closest to my heart. I love the whole album though, go and have a listen, dear listener/follower/lurker/reader. Be sure to pay attention to lyrics if you do, they are super important and beautiful. The album was recorded on tape, in an old church off Nicolson Street in Edinburgh, a special place for me in many ways.









Thursday, October 26, 2017

open studio

last weekend the art's complex where I share my studio with awesome painter Jess was hosting open doors weekend. After some initial reluctance we decided to keep the door open on sunday and so that's what we did. It was good to see some old friends come and visit and meet new ones, thanks to everyone who made it! some photos of tidy-ish up studio.






Saturday, September 23, 2017

autumn vibes

and again, my favourite time of the year. I mean the sunny, crispy days, not so much the grey cloudy ones. I made some funny badges with those early autumnal days in mind. (free shipping in the UK until friday 29th with code AUTUMN17.) 








Thursday, September 07, 2017

mini paintings

I quite enjoy making these ones in between other projects. just added these two to my shop. give me some comissions nice people! I can make you a painting of your own personal child/baby, being sad or even the opposite..






Friday, September 01, 2017

well hello september

August shmaugust, summer bummer, all that is done now. holidays were nice but now that nursery have started I'm back at studio. I've put together a couple of new weird necklaces and updated my shop !

 a picture of a greek pot with asparagus fern (I think?) for you to enjoy: 


Monday, August 14, 2017

a blast from the past

some of my ancient paintings I found on internet. as far as I remember they were inspired by polish wintery allotments. I like.




Thursday, August 10, 2017

on mutual inspiration

evolution of a painting. I started of with an abstract black shape, kind of a symbol of overpowering dark feelings. f immediately saw the shape as a spider, and made her own version of the painting. few weeks later, not knowing where to go with colours and not sure of direction the painting was taking, I saw that perhaps she was right all along, and had the child's clarity to see things without overthinking.







RSA open


my two clay girls are in RSA Open exhibition until October. 
a silly picture with a girl who inspired their existence probably more than I would like to admit.