They say, when one door closes… another opens. Well, as for my studio… in fact, two doors are going to open. September will be the month of creating my new working places in my two 'home' countries. Where my work is going to be split up in two worlds and a new era starts. What will it be like? Will it leave me feeling split in two, forever trying to weave the parts together? Will I be running around with the never-ending idea of
So that was it…? No. Not completely…. This period was not only about painting… normal life was mixed with hard working and sometimes my days were only filled with writing art lessons for schools, spending time with my son and working on the finca.
…keeps the doctor away. While I was spending my artist-in-residence period in Andalucía, I experienced an urge to make quick drawings and to experiment more. So on a full moon I decided to make at least one piece (of 10x15 cm) a day until the next full moon. These pieces became little treasures to me. I had so much fun making them and I experienced more inspiration and bigger steps in my painting process while painting on