I was so proud and honored to see, that Christie has made one of my giraffes, from more softies. Thank you for sharing Christie! Check out some of the other softies, made by people from around the world, using patterns from the book.
My kids love my sister. We all went to the zoo last week - me, the kids, my Dad and my sister - and had the greatest day. Tomorrow, my sister will leave for India for 2 1/2 months and we will miss her terribly...
At this point, the kids were preeeety tired of Mini Sis and I.
Sunday I went to Arken - a museum of modern art - and saw their Picasso exhibition. Somehow, what fascinated me the most though, was seeing the work of Danish artist, Tal R, in real life. I can't quite say what it is, but I love the naivety, the use of colors and the details.
Tal R is married to Evren Tekinoktay, whom is also an artist and she made the two pieces below. Stunning!!! Wouldn't you say?
Note: Thank you SO much for all the nice comments and encouraging words. I really can't express how much they mean to me. Thank you!
I don't have a lot to say on my blog these days...my life has changed a lot since I started blogging allmost 3 years ago. I don't feel like ending my blog now, but it has mostly been a craft blog and I don't have time for crafting anymore, so I'm trying to figure out what to do with the karkovski blog in the furure. Hopefully I'll return to crafting, as I love it very much, but I also love the other things life is bringing me. Especially knowledge via school.
Unfortunately I've been hit by various challenges, starting with hairloss followed by bald pathes in the Spring. I had ultrasound this Summer and was diagnosed with gallstones and now I just had an endoscopy which showed that I have a stomach ulcer.
Something's not right.
Maybe I need to be creative.
(Apparently my brother took these photos of me, without my knowledge!)