We move into lighter days with the hope and grace for new beginnings and open to what 2018 has to offer.
Today the sun shines with its brightness and positive reinforcement for the day ahead. Procrastination gets eliminated from the thought pattern and allows for work to be accomplished.
The birds are finding their way to the bread I have just placed on the table outside and spreading the word that food is being offered!
Onwards and upwards.
The most memorable exhibition I have visited in a long time, curated by Axel Vervoordt at the Palazzo Fortuny in Venice.
His “wish for this exhibition was for visitors of INTUITION is that people are invited to experience art, open their minds and liberate their intuition”.
Spending time in the backstreets of San Remo, walking, talking and viewing the inspiration from this humble city with its vibrant array of colour, nature, combined with the feeling of being in the 60’s.
We celebrated a dear friend who turned 60! X
Work in progress!
Magical views amidst the fret that encroaches the coast here in Sweden. Slow walking, talking, sharing and supporting.
launched this weekend. Being scared and daring to do something that one has the passion for, comes highly recommended. Intuition is a sixth sense, that is worth developing:)
a book of paintwork and words. To be full of hope is to believe something good will happen.
Available in March 2017
The architecture biennale 2016, curated by Alejandro Aravana. The opening installation comprised of 90 tons of waste from the Art biennale 2015 for the exhibition at the entrance to the Arsenale.