Presenting to you ....
My Top Ten pins on Pinterest this week.
".... my mum used to say that stones with natural holes right through them were magical, that they made it possible for people to see spirits in the world, and that they would give the owner good luck" - Selchie Productions
"A Hunters Guide to the Forest" by Cornelia O'Donovan. Click here to read the post about this delightful Artists Book on Cornelia's blog.
une sélection magnifique!ReplyDelete
Have a lovely few days away on the coast. As usual a beautiful and interesting selection.ReplyDelete
I have heard this about the stones being magical with the natural holes in them. I think only special people find them too. I really like the shells too. Really, I like all of these. Wow to find those combs would be a real treasure.ReplyDelete
The brick molds, love those. The leaf of driftwood is really special. Robin, you have the touch. You find the best art on the internet. It's such a treat for the rest of us.ReplyDelete
I can see why they're in the top 10 - what a wonderful eye you have Robyn!ReplyDelete
OUU LA LA, Cornelia's work is Magic.. Love it.ReplyDelete
Each one I came to I thought was my favourite, so that when I got to the end of them I found it totally impossible to choose. If I had to choose one I would like to own it would have to be the ivory combs I think.ReplyDelete
Ooooh, I love the stones with natural holes, magic being so appealing and all.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your time out, with thanks for giving us such interesting posts!
I adore the Robert Brady ceramic piece.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your time away from the blog and thanks for leaving us with all this inspiration!ReplyDelete
Wishing you the best of times on your adventure.ReplyDelete
R-sending you restorative and enjoyment vibes for your time out. Go well. BReplyDelete
Wow. This are wonderful pieces. Truly a top 10 must haves. You do have a keen eye for art.ReplyDelete
Rich and beautiful selection!ReplyDelete
ooooooooooooh, YUM! I will be repinning some of these- thank you!ReplyDelete
Lovely. Hope you had a fun trip!xoxoReplyDelete
fantastic post and Thanks for sharing this info. It's very helpful.ReplyDelete
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Beautiful top 10!ReplyDelete
hope you find a warm butternut soup and etc on your X outReplyDelete
Hi Robyn, just stopping by to say how delightful your blog is. Thanks so much for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, ChrisReplyDelete
After seeing Cornelia's studio on the Artist's workspaces blog, I wondered and wondered where I'd seen her work before. On ArtPropelled of course!!!ReplyDelete
Love your top 10 here.. I have some of them pinned myself.. love your pinterest boards.. have a nice time out.ReplyDelete
Where are you, dear friend? I'm going to send you inspiration in a bottle. When you open it, all these wonderful ideas (that you already have). will float up out of the bottle. They'll float around you while you try to chose just one. Start with one, but do them all. They're all fabulous so don't waste not one.ReplyDelete
I'll need a shipping address. An email would be perfect.
pj at industryinet dot com. Now to gather that inspiration....
I could look at that wood assemblage for hours; have a good time out.ReplyDelete
I hope you have a wonderful break Robyn. The quote here by Selchie Produtions is especially beautiful to me today. I am off the the coast to teach another workshop and I will look for beach stones with holes in them. Thank you for this, and always, for the art that you share...ReplyDelete
How lovely! I came across your blog via Altered Bits, and was intrigued, being a South African myself (although, sadly, not living there at the moment. Thank you for some most inspiring images. Have a wonderful day! Blessings from the UKReplyDelete
how do you find the time to find such beautiful works. thanks for sharing these with us.ReplyDelete
have a lovely time away.
C'est BEAU, harmonieux....ReplyDelete
ce bois qui parle tant....
enjoy yourself and thanks for leaving us with such beauty... xReplyDelete
R- love that wood assemblage. BReplyDelete
Hi Robyn, I hope you enjoy your time away! As ever, your collections are fodder for the creative mind. xo KarineReplyDelete
and humbled by your choice of images.