a big thank you, ‘happy friday’-wishes and a precious link for everyone interested in artmaking

Ready for having friends over.

Ready for having friends over.

First of all: happy friday, dear you, who is reading this blog post. I hope you are happy to start the Weekend (soon, especially depending on which time Zone you’re in πŸ™‚ ) Here’s a Piece of cake for you – and I am baking a sweet whitebread with a Brown-sugar crust and Brown sugar crumples in it (and will share this virtually with you guys, too, soonish)Yesterday, in my contentment of early finishing desk work and soaking up the autumn-ish atmosphere of my surroundings, I did a very spontaneous, really heartfelt post, I just wanted to find an Expression of the mood I am in… The comments by Sherry, Sherry and Michelle really warmed my heart! Thank you, dear ones! I did intend to offer some atmosphere-ish scent by writing… but I wasn’t sure whether not this would be perceived the way I wanted it. Your comments really showed me that it worked, I felt connected to you guys! Like almost with one foot in Ontario with Sherry and Sherry even πŸ™‚ (No, I don’t have particularly long legs hahaha)

Painting is stillness to me - as I mostly paint without Music or audiobook in the background (unlike sketching for some reason...) Just the very gentle sounds which are being created by putting colour on canvas/paper.


Now let’s talk about artmaking (always!). Tara Leaver, whose Website I recommend anyway to anyone interested in starting to pursue a creative take on …life…posted a blog entry about making art which got your own Fingerprint on it, means, which actually looks like you yourself created it. This is the very Stadium which I find very interesting. Because I have a pile of paintings and other things which might just start to learn Walking by themselves..but they still have “collaged copies” of my “Gurus” in them πŸ™‚ Which isn’t a bad Thing. I love Tara’s take on this Topic and if this got you intetested – go and see yourself.


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2 thoughts on “a big thank you, ‘happy friday’-wishes and a precious link for everyone interested in artmaking

  1. That cake is sooo good…and I know this because…when I was at my friend Elizabeth’s on Monday she had just baked one and I had a piece!! πŸ™‚ Too bad you don’t have those l-o-n-g legs…to stretch all the way to Ontario!! Meantime…enjoy your art and your cake and the joy of the weekend! xo

    • I will get These Long legs one day – just wait and see …:) And you will be – just so you know – getting a couple of virtual slices of the sweet bread with the Brown sugar crust which is just in the oven. πŸ™‚

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