An Art Fair on Saturday, a visit to the dental hygienist on Monday, a day spend with friends in my ‘old town’ Eindhoven yesterday, a visit to the dentist this morning… my days were full and my desk stayed untouched most of the time with one exception: the turquoise plastic coated paper underneath the glasses of water. My dental hygienist puts these papers on my chest to protect my clothes against splashing water when she cleans my teeth with all kinds of water tubes and powder-blasters. When I made a comment that I could use papers like that, with a plastic coating at the back, she gave me a whole stack… these papers protect my work surface against my paint-water now. Don’t I have the sweetest dental hygienist? Thank you Mirjam.
Here’s the photo of my desk for WOYWW 328
**The What’s On Your Work desk? Wednesday (WOYWW) bloghop series is hosted by Julia from the UK. Artists from all over the world post a photo of their desk on their blog and leave a link at Julia’s blog. More info about woyww can be found here.
Last Saturday, I went to an Art Fair with my friend Lena. There was not much public but Lena and I had a lot of fun together! Here’s a photo of our booths.
The online art journal workshop Mixed Emotions, which I teach together with Michelle Rydell, is in its third week (registration closes on Friday, September 20 so if you want to join you better hurry.)
In Monday’s lesson Michelle showed the ‘resist technique’ and because it had been years since I used this technique I created a new art journal page with it.
Lost in Europe
Before I ‘sign off’ I want to end this blogpost with virtually sending healing vibes and good wishes to Edwin Bouwens, a friend of mine who had a stroke last week and is in hospital. Hang in there my friend, and get well soon!