Monthly Archives: March 2007

Whip up

According to the dictionary whip up means: To prepare quickly, to excite, to create, incite, build, invent, conceive, push, upset, manufacture and provoke… so that’s what I’ve become involved in having my debut as a writer for Whip up, a … Continue reading

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Ready for London

And here is Anna Sofie saying goodbye to Nala (the very black furry thing she´s holding in her arms) – last thing to do before take off to London. One weeks study trip to the capital of Great Britain together … Continue reading

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Ready for Brussells

20 Art Money are now ready to send off for their mission in Brussels. Will Art Money beat the Euro at homeground? No, probably not – but surely they will contribute to new ways of regarding what’s valuable in life.

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Boywatcing at Aros

  A Saturday trip to Aros and Ron Mueck´s “Boy”. The sculpture is incredibly realistic, absolutely worth a visit. So are the videos made by Bill Viola and Pipilotti Rist. Actually the whole museum is a nice place to spend … Continue reading

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An invitation

The desk of my studio is laid: I’ve been invited to create a new set of small collages 12 x 18 cm (4½x7 inches?) called art money for an exhibition later this month at the Danish Cultural Institute in Brussels. … Continue reading

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Big washing day

Spring is here now. I celebrated the day washing and sorting out some of my piles of second hand fabric. I wonder why, but all my thrifted finds always have this vague smell of tobacco and stuffiness. Maybe it’s simply the smell of … Continue reading

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A quilt to be…

This weekend I started a new project – a quilt. My last quilt had a star pattern – this one is going to be made out of squares – and still it´ll contain stars! Right now I’m considering my palette: red and a few green … Continue reading

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An appetizer

Here are two great books I’d like to recommend, both bought in London this autumn. Especially the Crafter’s Companion is a favourite. It’s an introduction to 17 textile crafters from the blogging community – their tips, tales and patterns. The … Continue reading

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This weekend I’ve been totally absorbed in planning and describing a number of workshops I’m going to teach in mixed media subjects such as Artists´ Books, Icons & House altars, etc. I’ve also planned some workshops in the textile department: … Continue reading

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A fancy apron

Look what happened to my grandma´s apron: a very beautiful piece with its green and brown leaves carefully embroidered on white linen. Definitely not the type of apron you wear in the kitchen or the studio to protect your clothes from … Continue reading

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