dear Jasmin,what a beautiful paper you bought!but what a sad blossom-post....all the others are so joyfulbut as always I like your 'quick line'the expression in just a few strokeslove it
Dear Jasmin,when I saw the newscast yesterday tears welled up in my eyes. Earthquake, tsunami and nuclear catastrophe... it is far from over... An old woman cried because of a hot soup, another because of taking a bath "taking a bath let me forget that I don't have a home"...Your drawings are really wonderful. So honest, heartful and strong. Nothing too much, nothing too little. I love that detail of weeping blossoms most.Thank you, you wonderful Jasmin flower.xo Ariane.
i'm liking the wish bones amongst the flowery bed. i am in awe for your next two images. striking, and deep. n♥
truly impressive work! touches the heart. thank you Jasmin
one Question: do you know something about Lilli flower? She has closed her blog again...sadden me.x Ariane.
thx for commenting on my blog. I hope your shop will start i've heard it takes a bit of time :)I love this paper post,realy something for me!
Beautiful paper! You really touch my heart with your drawings, for me it represents the real and sad situation in Japan, thank you! BestCitlalli
the japanese eye of aesthetics. i am especially drawn to their concept of wabi sabi.
Thanks to all of you sugar plum fairies.I couldn't think of blossoms without thoughts of Japan. As she weeps.And I have this blossomy paper rolled up tight waiting for inspiration.Ariane - a japanese bath is so very special, what a sad but lovely story.Lilli flower.... where is she? I thought that she had been gone for months without returning. What will we do?Tatjana, Citlalli and Nadine - thankyou and I am coming over to you to land in your blossoms.Ingrid - thanks for the encouragement.Sara - I LOVE WABI SABI TOOOOOOOOO.
those little blossoms are soooooo sweet. picasso's tears really say what we all have no words for. love the ink as usual!
Yes, we all cry for Japan. And I guess we'll be doing it for a long time. Frightening to all of us. A beautiful post. Japanese paper aesthetics combined with all our grief and fears.