Deze terracota kleur gieter is zo lekker groot voor mijn groeiende plantenfamilie 🌿🌵☘. De kleine die ik eerst had moest ik 3 maal vaker vullen💧. En het is gewoon ook een woonaccesoire in mijn woonkamer 😍. Zo mooi is deze gieter. Staat prima zo met een van de nieuwe vintage tropical prints op de achtergrond 😊💛. . De gieter koop je bij @sissyboy1982 De print koop je bij @mayandfay
‘Ribes multiflorum.' was engraved on copper by George Cooke. It was published in "The Botanical Cabinet: consisting of coloured dilineations of plants from all countries, with a short account of each." by Conrad Loddiges & Sons, out of London in June of 1828. This print measures 8 1/4 x 6 1/8 inches. 🌱🌼🌱 To see more about this beautiful print and many other botanical prints, please visit our website listed above!
A year ago I would have told you the studio was all frustration and little fun. That walking into it flooded me with anxiety about where I was as an artist, and mostly where I wasn’t. There were definitely days I thought about moving on. Finding an easy 9-5 that didn’t come with the stress and pressure. I came into this artistic world with a dreamy vision of what it would be like. Of working from home, of meandering down to the studio in my pajamas with a warm cup of coffee in hand, and of general all around happiness. While I do have so much of that, the reality of building a life on the limits of your creativity is so much more complex. I’m so grateful to have come to a place of peace. Of finding myself in all of this. Because that’s really ultimately what the journey over the past 8 years was about. Finding self. Right there, but all the more mysterious. Coming into my own voice has been life changing. Now walking into the studio gives me energy. It fills me with everything the outside world cannot and it allows me the time and space to be my truest self. I believe that I know this old heart of mine better than I ever would have because of the path I chose. Because I granted myself the luxury of time and energy to figure it all out. I love to answer all your questions about metalsmithing tips and tricks, but ultimately I have recently come to find that my teaching heart lies in revealing what it’s really like for me as an artist. What you don’t see behind those little picture perfect square photographs. About leading you to your truest self, to fulfilling your vision and finding your voice. To ensure you that this journey takes time and effort, and to not rush it. To allow yourself the same space and time rather than comparing where you are on your journey to others. I hope to show you that we all start somewhere. That every single artist has felt those feelings that are bubbling up inside you, and it's ok. I hope you find your truest self in