Today I´m curious about how this will be developed!, The icy snow on the top must be less distinct in form.There must be more rushing water, especially in front of the white camel and the dam at the bottom should be marked. Now the day begins!
Wonderful sunny day for a walk, But first a glance in my garden..Who have been there?
My home is on the hill far away
With white caps...
Shimmering small domes
"Straight forward"- thought the hare...
quick,quick,quick, ran the mouse ...
Tree between light and darkness
stars have fallen down
From cold to heat, A new embroidery starts, small one after the bigger that is now resting for a while, as I don´t know how to continue. It´s so good to start something new. this will be about flood, heat and camels. Perhaps? Let´s see.Tomorrow is another day...
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Täcklebo , Bottna, Tanums kommun, West Coast, Sweden
I´m an artist who prefer to work with textiles,i.e. embroideries and painting.I live on the west coast of Sweden between Gothenburg and Oslo (Norway)130km N of Gbg.
Water in Desert is my art project since some years.From the droughts in Marocko and the Coca-cola-companie´s misuse of water to the THAR- desert in NW of India.I want to find and tell about actions of hope and awareness that exist among people where the old "rainwaterharvesting"
culture is still in common remembrance.This blog is about this work, which has lead me several times to Rajasthan and embroidering village-women and girls there.
Most of the time I work in my studio. I´m preparing for exhibitions in Sweden with my own work as well as the embroideries by the Indian women.Follow this adventure out in the blue..........
excuse for my English,I write also for friends in India and elsewhere.
But I understand Swedish! if you wish to make a comment in Swedish it´s very much OK.Solong! Elsa