Through my fingers

My nesting instincts went crazy these days. I literally touched, washed, dusted and polish every single thing in our home. As I run back and forward as a crazy cleaning lady I managed to stop and really enjoy my favorite things in my environment that was designed by other crafters, artists and designers.

So much simbolic in this one, don't you think?

So much symbolic in this one, don’t you think?

1.       My favorite Matteo Massagrande painting I received from my mother as a graduation gift. My mother, she knows how much I like art, wanted to buy me a painting. She was determined to buy me an oil of a famous author. As we entered the gallery, the piece my mother wanted to give me was forgotten. This one totally caught my eyes. I thought it’s such a symbolic calm piece. I think my mum was a bit disappointed, but I got my painting …

My cute handmade porclain earrings.

My cute handmade porclain earrings.

2.       These cute cute porcelain earrings were made by my pottery teacher Nika Stupica. I liked her work for a long time and I always wanted to take a pottery class and when I saw her work I knew immediately she is the one … I took lessons last year and I tend to continue learning this craft after maternity leave.

One playful ceramic piece ...

One playful ceramic piece ...

3.       Oh, one more crafter I like very much. Once I interviewed her in her studio and it was such a nice experience. My sister bought this cannikin soon after my visit to Mrs. Mojca Žalik (she doesn’t have a web page I just linked an interview for Dom in stil) at her working place.

Love almost every single Gennines design.

Love almost every single Gennines design.

4.       This is the brand new purchase from Envelop and designer Gennine D. Zlatkis. Gennine’s art is one of my fave blogs. Mostly cause I stayed with mouth wide opened almost every time I land there. I love almost every single design Gennine creates …

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2 Comments

  1. Elizabeth November 5, 2010 at 05:43 #

    Just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed reading this post. So glad another flyer is on the ceramic world, too. Wishing you a lovely weekend!

  2. Petra Kern November 5, 2010 at 10:26 #

    Elizabeth I like ceramic very much and I just admire everyone who is patient, creative and precise enough to deal with clay and porcelain … It refers so much work and knowledge that I honestly say that I just dipped toe to this craft 🙂
    Lovely weekend to you to.

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