Here’s how it looks when I make lace. Thanks to Davood who imposed the nice sound, so you do not hear the sound of screaming children and annoying television audio! There will be more videos to come.
Now I have starched the test with linen thread and I must say that I don´t feel completely satisfied… The light blue thread looks a bit translucent in a little creepy way … Well see what I mean: But then I ordered 1 mm aluminum wire. I thought it might be good to make lace with because it(…)
Then the first test´s almost finished. It was absolutely wonderful to make lace again! The buzz in the head just disappeared. Total attendance. It really is perfect relaxation for someone like me who shuns exercise like the plague, get dizzy from yoga and sees meditation as a waste of time. (As if my TV viewing would be the(…)
What more may you need except a needle and thread when to create textile art? Here’s a checklist: 1. 36 rolls plaster bind 2. 5 tubes of Construction silicone 3. 6 bottles sealing foam 4. Latex gloves 5. Vaseline 6. Plastic cover 7. Carpet knife 8. Drilling machine with 10 mm drill 9. Epoxi resin For(…)
Now I have sold my pink body! The exhibition at Säby farm paid off ! It was the mansion owner himself who wanted it. (VERY nice man !) Am so happy that I almost burst! Now I got the inspiration I needed to continue! The next sculpture , I want to be able to hang on the wall.(…)
As you could read in my previous post, I have been invited to a small exhibition on Säby farm, outside of Stockholm. The exhibition was held in conjunction with the opening ceremony of my husband Silas Engström’s sculpture “Vortex lux Machinae” which now has come to its proper home at the mansion. (Visit Silas website here http://www.silasmetallkonst.se)(…)
I’ve been invited to exhibit my sculptures on a small exhibition at Säby farm outside Strängnäs. The exhibition is in conjunction with the opening ceremony of my husband’s large sculpture “Vortex lux Machinae” that is bought by the owner of Säby farm. Fun to see my sculptures again after many years. I had to take them(…)