Graphic Design, Photography, Comics, Illustration, Watercolor…All visuals in?




I started studying all that I could find on visual design during the past weeks, forced at home because of an injured rib. I decided to focus to the visual side of communication to improve as a writer. So the question- looking at this pic by La Melodie des Images- is: Keeping all the visuals (Graphic Design, Comic, Illustration, Watercolour etcetera) in ? Continue reading

Interview with Laura Sullivan

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For the Snowdrops’ Garden readers, here is the little interview with wonderful Grammy winning artist Laura Sullivan, currently working on the global project “We Are Love“, featured recently on the blog. I’ve had the pleasure to discover Laura’s Human side. Through her Music she reaches us all, no matter where we live. I’m truly and deeply grateful for this opportunity. Enjoy it! Continue reading

Laura Sullivan in WE ARE LOVE


Twitter made me happy the day I started chatting with Laura Sullivan, Grammy winning artist with a great heart. Find out why I support her project “We Are Love” and stay tuned, because you might have the chance to read an interview on the topic and more on the Snowdrops’ Garden. Continue reading

Autumn Icon until I’ll be healthy again


Autumn is my favourite season but unfourtunately I’m forced to bed for some weeks. By the mid of October everything should be fine so I thought an Autumn Icon by My Little Paris will suit the blog in the meanwhile.  Continue reading

Marbled Arts for a Culture Research


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Starting iconic works in September 2014

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Arts as Therapy. Reflections on inspiring book by Alain de Botton & John Armstrong



Over the past weeks I’ve been busy writing an art education playful reasearch for elementary students at the local children library. Passionated about History Museums, Historic Theatres and all Arts in general, I needed a book that could inspire my ideas on Art Education. The book by Alain de Botton and John Armstrong “Art as Therapy” reflectes perfectly my view on the possibility of all Arts to be Therapies.  Continue reading


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