2.04.2008

inner and outer landscapes

This is showing, how I spent last few days. Partly outside, partly inside...

7 comments:

  1. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a nice comment, Andrea. I just spent the last half hour browsing your lovely blog...your photos are just amazing. I'm so glad I found your site! I will visit often for inspiration. Are you a book artist? I used to work in a Rare Books Library with a great collection of artist's books by women, so it's nice to see some of your books on your blog!

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  2. this is so so intelligent! To show the inner and the outer--how they mirror each other in the work we do! Its so true; the inner self comes pouncing like a tiger out of our work, and our enviornment is so present in it too. this post is like a haiku.

    I was walking the other day, looked up at the sky; it was that color of your work--those muted tones i have grown to love. I heard your name go across my mind--"that is Andrea's sky" was the thought. Writer's learn to listen to these tiny trembling whispers.

    It made me realize how small the world is, how your art has quickly, quietly renamed a certain color with associations towards you. In that is a power!

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  3. Hi Andrea. I love your blog. I love your photos, your prints, your links -- all of it. You are very inspiring:) I'm adding you to my blog roll:))

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  4. Thank you all very much for nice comments.
    Jill: this is very ineresting about the collection of artists book, I would like to know more about it.
    mansuetude:with a glass of wine, I am reading and enjoing your wonderfull comment. I think about it very often right now - how close we can feel to somebody, whom we never saw, never talked to face to face? Isn´t it great?

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  5. Andrea, this is truly fantastic!

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  6. These are so beautiful! The inside ones, are so abstract and to me resemble surfaces of rocks. lovely.

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