A friend told me about this exhibition when I was in London and highly recommended that I visit, suggesting that it was completely up my street. Emma Kunz was a clairvoyant and spiritual healer who used a pendulum to channel and create large geographic drawings which she used to assist in her healing, referencing these […]
I’ve just been doing some research of exhibitions by Psychic Artists and have come across this exhibition put on by the Courtauld Gallery last year, 16 June – 11 September 2016. I wish I’d seen it at advertised at the time as I find these paintings absolutely phenomenal, fascinating that she also predates the abstract artists by […]
Loving these Delft tiles in an Amsterdam tunnel… 80,000 in total – Wow! https://materia.nl/article/amsterdam-tunnel-lined-80000-delft-blue-tiles/
Had a lovely day trip to the Thackray Medical Museum in Leeds last week, what an incredible museum with a huge presence and collection… Amazing! The building is fascinating as it used to be an old workhouse. The collection houses an amazing room full of ceramic apothecary jars known as the Wilson collection… I spent […]
This amazing piece of ceramics was posted on facebook by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Wowsers! It’s fab, I’m very inspired by this piece… looks like I’ll be further researching 18th Century Meissen. Meissen Manufactory (German, 1710–present) | Bolognese dog | ca. 1733
A friend sent me a link to these chocolate moulds which are currently for sale on ETSY. I love them! They are so sinister and make a statement in their own right. They would be ideal for Farm World… little caged chickens.
What a beauty! I love this piece… I shall definitely be drawing some influence from it when I come to create my Staffordshire style cow for Farm World. Staffordshire pottery – Cheese plate & cover, 19th Century
INSPIRATION – Wowsers… just come across this image, they conjure up all sorts of imaginings