Saturday, 30 October 2010

London Re-visited

I spent a wonderful 5 days in London. After not being here 10 years the place certainly improved. I had so many plans but time was too short…. I also expected to see more minis ‘ this didn’t work out because it was very difficult to find. I bought a few things I found at Paperchase, in Covent Garden market and this was more or less it.
Hamleys was so disappointing…..they only had Lundby Smaland and all the furniture and accessories seemed so shabby and are so costly… what do you find in it , people?
I visited some beautiful exhibitions: The Gauguin retrospective at the Tate Modern, the Art treasures from Budapest at the Royal Academy  and a wonderful show- Affordable art  in the middle of Battersea park here are some impressions:
 At my hotel-some hotel I can tell you.....
At Tha affordable art show- you can see  that shoes are one of my weaknesses.....

I loved this piece of art, it reminded me of my mini world.

 A Recycled Chandelier at Antropologie - Run to see interior design!

Friday, 15 October 2010

Black- white- silver

There were many reasons to show this scene. Glenda sent me her wonderful wall hanging. Oese a wonderfull friend sent a lot of goodies.Thank you , thank you,thank you.
Of course they had to be show ASAP!
And if for no reason at all, this is a tribute to John Lenon  70's birthday.
The result  is a go between a gallery and an somewhat "cold" lounge.I like it though!

Goods : are by Reac, PRD, Glenda Howell,Oese,various personal possessions .
The acrylic lucite cube is a paperweight from the Israel museum in Jerusalem, clock bought at SOHO in Tel Aviv.

Friday, 8 October 2010

Papiermachee house

This green house was made late last year.Its a semi cupboard ( 90x43x24 cm) its far from being modern on the outside, but hey- look on the inside! 
I gathered all my ethnic characters and my miniature china which I love but  is too big for a dollhouse. 
some details:
The background is "Made by Joel" cute paper city.look up his great site :
Further wall hanging :
the mirror is a small version of bigger Papier Machee  done with seashells and various beads.
Seats are German vintage restored by me and the turquoise occasional chair is Petite Princess.

can someone explain to me how to put more than one photo in one line?