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February 17, 2009


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What a great interview. Thank you so much for introducing me to yet another incredible artist. The crocheted coral, barnacles and sea urchins are out of this world!


Wow her art is amazing! And this
interview is timely for me!
I am truely speachless!
Thank you Margie!


I love the work of Gooseflesh & it has been wonderful to read a little more about her.
The hat she's wearing is fabulous! :)


thank you, margie and helle, for the fantastic inspiration! i love that place where a love for science/biology intersects with art/craft. (like your work, margie!) the coral is beautiful.

julie adore


Jennifer in GR

Your site is always so inspiring, thank you for it! Here's a little giggle for you, from icanhascheeburger.com (has a snail theme, so I thought of your site)!


Thank you Margie! Helle is phenomenal! I love her use of found/ repurposed materials and how she transforms them into extraordinary works of art. The two of you have opened up the world of crochet to me... it's sculptural qualities are really exciting.

Elsa Mora

Helle is a true original.
I fell in love with her work since the very first time I saw it. By looking at her creations you get to know the artist/person behind what you see. She has a deep talent for noticing all those little things around her. She treasures the essence of what she sees in her brain and then everything comes out through her hands turned into something new, unique and original.

Ellen has created a whole body of work that is so organic and smart and simple and sophisticated at the same time. She is definitely one of the most wonderful artists on planet Earth right now.
Thank you so much Margie for this interview!

Elsita :)

helle Jorgensen

Geez....... thanks.


Thank you again Margie, for sharing with us the work and art of another amazing artist !


Thank you both so much for this wonderful interview. Margie and Helle, you have many affinities with one another. You both create the most beautiful works of art that feel so organic and part of the natural world. There is such an intelligence at work!
I feel so inspired by this interview, hooray!

Jane Wang

Really good post! Have a look at my latest painting: http://www.oilpaintingsstore.com/

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