Monthly Archives: August 2019
“Se potessi darti una cosa nella vita, mi piacerebbe darti la capacità di vedere te stesso attraverso i miei occhi. Solo allora ti renderesti conto di quanto sei speciale per me” Frida Kahlo🌺
⛅ 🔭 HI DEARS! WHEN I OBSERVE GULLS, I ALWAYS GET A DOUBLE FEELING: RESPECT AND ADMIRATION.
🌍🌎🌏 HELLO BEAUTIES! SKETCHING HAS NOT AGE AND NO NATIONALITY.
A couple of months ago, I put out a call asking for donations of supplies for an urban sketching camp I wanted to run for the kids in a village in India. So many of you responded, and I had lots of supplies to take with me. A big, big thank you to my family of artists (and art stores) in the area that sent in supplies. Here is the report I promised you. It’s longish, but I guarantee it will put a smile on your face. (And if you knew nothing about the project so far, you might still like this post).
A bit of background on the project.
Nargolwadi is a little hamlet in the Deogad district of Maharashtra, India where my family has a small mango farm. Most of the inhabitants of the village work as day labor on the farms in the area and tend small…
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Berthe had a great merit, because her work brought the daily homeworks scenes to the museums with a simple and fresh way.
Thanks for your visit!
🍐🍐🍐😛 HELLO LOVELIES! DELICIOUS PEARS DESERVE A GREAT SKETCH LIKE THIS.
💙 HELLO DEARS! IN MY OPINION, THE FABRICS AND DESIGN OF THIS DRESS ARE SIMPLY ADORABLE!
I have now become a big fan of Japanese pattern books. I bought my first book, Simple Modern Sewing, on sale, with a gift card, and as a skeptic. After two big wins from that book, I was compelled to buy another one, Stylish Dress Book, Wear with Freedom by Yoshiko Tsukiori. For Fresh Make #27 I chose a loose fitting, easy wear dress. Perfect for the hot summer that’s just around the corner.
While the decision wasn’t easy from the 26 patterns, I chose Dress Y. Mainly because I wanted a pattern that combined two fabrics, and also the construction didn’t look to fussy.
The fabrics I used are from Amy Butler’s Glow Collection, Maze Voile in Grass and Jolie Voile in Grass. I purchased them online…
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Fantasy is in Art as can be in Fashion too.
Thanks for your visits !
“ESCAPING FROM HIS CLAWS”💡HELLO SISTERS ! SOMETIMES MIXED MEDIA CAN BE A GOOD WAY TO EXPRESS A IDEA OR A FACT. ¡BUENA PUBLICACIÓN, LOLI! 😉
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