It takes a bit of time to create a collage, but as soon as you start placing the first objects, arranging and rearranging them on the paper, mixing the paints, applying nuances here and there, you discover endless possibilities to explore. Growth is part of this creative process and the beginning of the integration with your own aesthetic.
Last year I took Summer and Fall art classes at local community college, learning about color, various paints and their textures and pigmentation, gathering techniques and experimenting with all kinds of combinations of mediums while also observing closely the teachers and the other students.
Wishing you all a very happy and healthy New Year hoping this new decade brings peace, understanding among human beings, kindness and a lighter, more responsible footprint when it comes to our planet and the majority of life it contains.
Back from a much needed break. We drove 6 hours from San Diego to Prescott in Arizona to visit a dear friend. They now live in this beautiful and relaxing home with an amazing view that reminded me of the Swiss Alps.
I put together in this post some Fall-inspired flat lays which I took a while back – only shared on Instagram.
As I promised, here are a few ideas of store-bought gift wraps in a variety of sizes and shapes. DIY holiday presents using accessories from the Bella Bohemian Papeterie new line … I had so much joy wrapping, styling and photographing each gift because it’s something I genuinely enjoy doing just as much as I love giving presents.