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September 29, 2008


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Your stones are so beautiful :)


I like your interpretation.
And the results are so beautiful.


The fuzzy ones turned out lovely, they look so soft...


these stones are beyond amazing! i'm in complete awe with their gorgeousness.


Your matryoshka stones are beautiful!

I like what you said about the openings being larger when you're a child, and then closing up as we get older, with only a few people being able to see all the way through to the core. So true!!

There is a Dickens quote from Oliver Twist that resonates with me, and with what you have done here:

"The persons on whom I have bestowed my dearest love, lie deep in their graves; but, although the happiness and delight of my life lie buried there too, I have not made a coffin of my heart, and sealed it up, forever, on my best affections. Deep affliction has but strengthened and refined them."

Have a wonderful week!


I am glad that you feel better.
Did you try the ginger tea, or the cloves? Or just stuck with soup? Anyway I am happy to see your creativity! Very beautiful! I think that Doll is visualy shocking and I might have nightmares! LOL!! Where did you get such a thing???


These are so beautiful, as you explain them in concept and as objects. I really admire your ability as an artist to successfully represent such complex and human concepts in tangible form. And I love how you keep things so simple: rocks and fibers. Just awesome.

Crafty Gardener

I love the stones in their crochet outfits.


i'm glad to hear you're feeling better! (and i agree, that doll is frightening)


mrs. french

words cannot express how much I love this post and those stones...oh how I wish I were talented in this way...I would make a room full and the meaning behind them gives me goosebumps.


Peepholes into the human psyche....perfect portrayal.


whilst reading this, I felt like stripping the layers down. then I wanted to break open a stone to reveal what was inside.

looking forward to more developments...and layers!


Your work is beautiful!

Thought I would leave a link to a recent Threadless t-shirt (couldn't find on the Threadless site so this is from a blog:



Admiro mucho tu trabajo y tus piedras. Para mi la naturaleza es también un a fuente de inspiración. Te he dejado en mi blog un pequeño homenaje. Espero no ofenderte y haber hecho una buena interpretación de tus creaciones. Felicidades por tu blog.

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