News from the studio and the workbench:

  • Matariki

    Matariki – Te Tau Hou Māori A story of shining stars in New Zealand's winter sky. Twinkling in the winter sky just before dawn, Matariki (the Pleiades / the Seven Sisters) signals the Māori New Year. For Māori, the appearance of Matariki heralds a time of remembrance, joy and peace. It is...
  • where Angels come from – part 7

    And you are probably wondering: How do those Angels fly? Because Yes! They do fly allover the world! There are collectors in all corners of the globe and I feel super proud that they travel so well. Once an Angel has been adopted, I start preparing them for the journey. They are cuddled gently...
  • where Angels come from – part 6

    When the painting is all done, the Angel receives a final check. Then it's time for the varnish to be applied (those that are going outside receive a marine grade varnish)At the back the last burning letters are written into the wood: The Name is revealed and a signature added 🧡Also a...
  • where Angels come from – part 5

    And then the painting begins, slow and steady.Giving it the attention and time it asks for 😇Like meditation ... Every little segment of the feathers in the wings. The delicate features in the face, the golden halo. It all receives calm focus and love. It takes a lot of time .... Music "Kiss...
  • where Angels are found – part 4

    😇 After the selection process, the burning begins 🔥 🙃🔥 It always feels a little bit funny when I say "I'm going to burn some Angels" but that is what I do.I take a piece of wood, take the time to make the energetic connection (this is very much like a...