Hello dear friends!
How are you doing?
We’re in lockdown here in France and this means that I suddenly have more time. Just a way of saying… Time never changes. I can only change the way I see things. Which is why I decided that I wanted to use my time and indulge in creative activities. Mostly polymer clay.
So, as a result I spend more time in my studio. Which is a good thing. And I managed to step over the mixed feelings we all have in these unprecedented times and reconnect with my passion for clay. I received an email recently and someone told me, luckily we have our clay to keep our hands and minds occupied….it’s so true.
Still I want my post to be joyful and full of hope because this is how I feel inside. Which is why I wanted to share with you some autumn inspiration for your clay pieces.
I was looking thorough my older photo tutorials and I found this tutorial and I realized I still liked it and that this idea of putting together pastels, inks and clay can be an inspiration now as it was 5 years ago.
So I turned it into an animated short photo tutorial and I hope you’ll like it!
I personally love the autumnal colors. And I had the opportunity, a few weeks ago, to admire the fall colors and the seasonal beauty of Interlaken and Luzern in the German part of Switzerland. Here are some of the photos that I’ve taken during the 2-day trip that filled me with so much positive energy.
I want to finish this post on a positive note and tell you that, just like you, I want all of us to emerge healthy, stronger and why not more creative and more connected from all this.