Saturday, June 25, 2016

Worms, Germany Water Tower Sketch







At the end of a tree-lined street stands this landmark of Worms. Once a water tower, apartments are thoughtfully placed. 
An architectural section of the water tower can be found here.

Thursday, April 7, 2016

I scream for Ice Cream

The 'Schöner Wohnen' magazine is one of my favorites, and is Europe's largest. 

I recently found this article I had saved from last August's edition on paper ice creams, free templates here




I had been looking for something for the otherwise neutral and sparse wall. Above the new TV. 




Their 3-Dimensional characteristics make them a fun balance to the historic ornate plaster ceiling. 


Gelato season is here in Europe and after this project, I have been craving some. 

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Easter Table Decorations

Branches from the market... 


An afternoon with tracing paper and water color drops . . . 


water color name cards . . . 





A collage from images from an old book. . . 








Small gifts for the guests. . . 

























Monday, March 21, 2016

Kelly Wearstler, Part 2

Please look here for Part 1. . . my studies of Interior Designer Kelly Wearstler's work, more recent (and ever-evolving). 









Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Flower Art

Our German city apartment is over 200 years old with 10 foot ceilings. As in all rooms, I am after high impact pieces and art, a look all too often constricted due time and money. 

In the meantime, art inspired by the repetitious hanging of multiple botanical art pieces was installed in the bedroom.  

Pages from a coloring book were copied for five cents a sheet at the local paper store and colored pencils and markers customized each page.  


After several attempts to frame them with Washi Tape, I opted for a simple gold strip at the top of each page.