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    'Banksia grandis under threat' finished work. This piece is 100 x 75cm, acrylic on canvas.

    'Banksia grandis under threat' finished work. This piece is 100 x 75cm, acrylic on canvas.
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    Комплимент.... Цинния•ручная работа•силикон•zinnia•handmade•silicone • 📽🎞 Заказать учебный видео курс по изготовлению цветов из жидкого силикона пишите ✍️ В ДИРЕКТ

    Комплимент.... Цинния•ручная работа•силикон•zinnia•handmade•silicone • 📽🎞 Заказать учебный видео курс по изготовлению цветов из жидкого силикона пишите ✍️ В ДИРЕКТ
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    Комплимент.... Цинния•ручная работа•силикон•zinnia•handmade•silicone • 📽🎞 Заказать учебный видео курс по изготовлению цветов из жидкого силикона пишите ✍️ В ДИРЕКТ

    Комплимент.... Цинния•ручная работа•силикон•zinnia•handmade•silicone • 📽🎞 Заказать учебный видео курс по изготовлению цветов из жидкого силикона пишите ✍️ В ДИРЕКТ
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    Black dog

    Black dog
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    working on the foxglove today.. 🌿🌸

    working on the foxglove today.. 🌿🌸
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    Botanica

    Botanica
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    This morning another artist with whom I’ve been with contact over here @matteomaurostudio prompted me to consider what my mission is. So, I’ve decided to write about it here now with fresh eyes.

    My mission is to draw attention to the often overlooked tiny details, the fragments and their relation to the whole. The details that are governed by the same laws as all the bigger things. I’ve always been fascinated by organic growth patterns, the Fibonacci sequence and the golden ratio. The laws of the universe that influence everything on this planet, from the smallest of things. I feel passionate about drawing parallels between human experience and that of leaves, telling stories through leaves. I believe the potential to express and reflect on the human conditions with the medium of leaves is infinite and relevant to our contemporary times. At the same time inspiring others to seek beauty in their surroundings is a big part of my work. I feel, raising awareness of small things already present in our everydays is important and may evoke wonder and curiosity. The very necessary things that nurture appreciation. Another fundamental part of my work is celebrating craftsmanship. Honouring the materials and skills that facilitate the alchemical process is essential, without which transformation of something ephemeral into a more permanent material would not be possible.

    Marrying the physical with the metaphysical. Each leaf embodying in itself something intangible that can be accessed through the tactility of its physical form. Consider a bronze leaf sculpture to be a vehicle that takes you somewhere if you allow it.

    With these thoughts wishing you a fabulous Sunday! And today, I would also invite you to consider, what your mission or calling is.

    This morning another artist with whom I’ve been with contact over here  @matteomaurostudio prompted me to consider what my mission is. So, I’ve decided to write about it here now with fresh eyes.

My mission is to draw attention to the often overlooked tiny details, the fragments and their relation to the whole. The details that are governed by the same laws as all the bigger things. I’ve always been fascinated by organic growth patterns, the Fibonacci sequence and the golden ratio. The laws of the universe that influence everything on this planet, from the smallest of things. I feel passionate about drawing parallels between human experience and that of leaves, telling stories through leaves. I believe the potential to express and reflect on the human conditions with the medium of leaves is infinite and relevant to our contemporary times. At the same time inspiring others to seek beauty in their surroundings is a big part of my work. I feel, raising awareness of small things already present in our everydays is important and may evoke wonder and curiosity. The very necessary things that nurture appreciation. Another fundamental part of my work is celebrating craftsmanship. Honouring the materials and skills that facilitate the alchemical process is essential, without which transformation of something ephemeral into a more permanent material would not be possible.

Marrying the physical with the metaphysical. Each leaf embodying in itself something intangible that can be accessed through the tactility of its physical form. Consider a bronze leaf sculpture to be a vehicle that takes you somewhere if you allow it.

With these thoughts wishing you a fabulous Sunday! And today, I would also invite you to consider, what your mission or calling is.
    10 1 18 minutes ago

    Ayer mientras daba un paseo escuchaba el podcast de @charuca con @thebeautymail y no me pudo encantar más❤️ Aprender a descansar y a desconectar es una tarea muy importante, sino recargamos las pilas ¿cómo vamos a estar a tope para dar lo mejor de nosotras? 🙏🏻
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    ¿Tú qué haces quererte y recargar energía? 👇🏼

    Ayer mientras daba un paseo escuchaba el podcast de @charuca con @thebeautymail y no me pudo encantar más❤️ Aprender a descansar y a desconectar es una tarea muy importante, sino recargamos las pilas ¿cómo vamos a estar a tope para dar lo mejor de nosotras? 🙏🏻
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¿Tú qué haces quererte y recargar energía? 👇🏼
    15 1 20 minutes ago

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    A beautiful oak root from my old home in Germany the EIFEL. I took a good piece of the shelf and placed between my plants in my beautiful garden ..... Back to nature ....!
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    #backtonature

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A beautiful oak root from my old home in Germany the EIFEL. I took a good piece of the shelf and placed between my plants in my beautiful garden ..... Back to nature ....!
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#backtonature
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