Month: March 2010
“Hi, Lilla! Here are some new paintings from under the sea!”
Friday: 100 HEADS FOR HAITI (an exhibition designed to raise money for Doctors Without Borders)
Wednesday: New work by Mati McDonough
I was watching a Dutch children’s tv show (Uit-me-kaar which means ‘take it
apart’) where three girls were taking apart a washing machine. Two of the
girls were wearing dresses from Dutch department store HEMA with floral
prints on them I designed. I took some pictures of the tv screen and wanted
to show you…
Friday: New Patterns by Helen Dardik
It’s hard to believe that this collection began as a project in your surface design class. The spirit of the original “pull toys” piece, gracing the cover of the K&Co paper pad, reflects the fun & enthusiasm you injected into every class. In the class, I was also lucky to hang-out & create with such a talented & supportive group of artists. My “pull toys” print, how it was created and what it has become, is just another example of the special & splendid collective/family approach at Lilla Rogers Studio.
Available for purchase here.
Wednesday: Girls wearing floral prints on tv
Back to Madrid soon. Tomorrow back to the USA. Sad.
Products in a window.
Here I’m painting a scene while we wait for lunch. Thanks to Julia for uploading all the Spain pictures to the blog for me!
My tiny portable watercolor set, complete with water, brush, paint pans, palettes.
Here you can see how tiny the paint set is.