Friday, July 08, 2011

Desk & Shelves

My desk
Birds on the Shelf
Drawing on my desk
Craft Books
Japanese Books
A little peek into my desk & shelves in the studio.
Birdies are from Abigail Brown, Ann Wood & Gustavo Aimar.
Some of my beloved art & craft books.
Even though I can't read them my Japanese books are by far my favorite ones.
Thank you so much for being here with me this week!
Your comments always brighten my days :)
Hope you have a wonderful weekend my friends.

42 Lovely Comments:

Blogger Cori Lynn Berg said...

I love love love all these and that top photo is so neat. Where do you get your Japanese books from?

7/08/2011 9:31 AM  
Blogger cara livermore said...

super pretty! i love everything about your space :)

7/08/2011 9:45 AM  
Blogger Nathalie said...

You are surrounded by so much prettiness it is nice of you to share it with us!

7/08/2011 9:53 AM  
Blogger joanasoares said...

Aimar is on my favorites list too!
Wonderful your decoration... as always!

7/08/2011 9:55 AM  
Blogger Cindy said...

Those Japanese books are so spiffy! I also love, love that tea kettle drawing! :)

7/08/2011 10:25 AM  
Blogger Lily said...

I love your drawings!

7/08/2011 10:31 AM  
Anonymous Maria Eugênia Caminha said...

Really, one of my DREAMS is to go inside your house. Everyday I feel inspired looking at your pics... Plz arrange some kinda tour and I'll be there :)

xo Maria E.

7/08/2011 10:31 AM  
OpenID curlygirlpress said...

My list of wants far exceeds the gems I actually have in my art and craft book library. What a great collection!

7/08/2011 10:32 AM  
Blogger Atelier Conti said...

Thanks for the peek into your studio. It looks to be a wonderful space for working. Tell us more about your Japanese books...what are they and why do you love them so? We're curious now!

7/08/2011 10:32 AM  
Blogger Lianne said...

I like the stone paperweight. That's very pretty. I used to do that with my grandmother.

7/08/2011 10:33 AM  
Blogger Laura Cameron said...

Ahhh, your lovely blog makes a welcome break in the trudge of exam marking, thank you! One more week and I can start painting and making again!

7/08/2011 10:37 AM  
Anonymous Alicia said...

Love your beautiful sketches, the shelves are pretty too!

7/08/2011 11:04 AM  
Blogger TheFairyyellowbugQueen said...

Thank you for being there for us Geninne! Have a great weekend too! *smiles* Norma

7/08/2011 11:13 AM  
Anonymous wilme said...

So inspiring! Have a wonderful weekend:)

7/08/2011 11:22 AM  
Anonymous Rupa said...

Gorgeous drawings, fancy teacup and the bird is my fav! I noticed that I am always attracted to little details on cups or birds because that's my fav part of drawing...the little details. Yours are so exquisite! If I may ask, can you recommend a book on botanicals that I can use as drawing inspiration. I can make up flowers/leaves but to do botanically correct ones, I need a drawing/image.

7/08/2011 11:59 AM  
Anonymous Vera said...

Today I picked another feather for you in Bruges: a black one with a blue shade on it. I am still looking for a nice piece of cotton for the inside of the tote bag I promised you. I don't forget you and I will send it to you before we go on holiday to the French Pyrenees (end of July)
A big hug

7/08/2011 12:07 PM  
Blogger Claud said...

Te visitamos y te dejamos comentarios pues sos una inspiracion para muchas/muchos de nosotros. Que pases un buen fin de tambien :-)

7/08/2011 12:16 PM  
Blogger Rose Hudson said...

Fabulous drawings as always, so crisp and neat! What pens do you use if you don't mind me asking? These drawings have really inspired me to purchase some ink and get drawing :)xx

7/08/2011 12:33 PM  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

oh, lovely. I keep most of our Melissa Sweet books in my craft room, too : ) I interviewed her for a class I taught a few years ago and it was a highlight of my life, hee.

7/08/2011 12:44 PM  
Blogger Lindsey said...

Oh my goodness...if only I could sit around and just draw all the things I saw. Heaven.

7/08/2011 1:20 PM  
Blogger BrandNewStudio said...


7/08/2011 1:51 PM  
Blogger Susan said...

Love the drawings, they're great. The book-shelfs are wonderfull too, they just invite you to pic one and browse.

7/08/2011 1:53 PM  
Blogger Faye said...

Such a lovely work space. I love the top's like the birds are inviting me over for a cup of tea :)

7/08/2011 2:41 PM  
Blogger Sweetest in the Gale said...

I just recently discovered your blog and became a follower; every post is a delight! Your work is beautiful.

7/08/2011 3:17 PM  
Blogger K R I S T I I N A said...

Great work and I feel my life is awesomely dull compared to yours. See you in the art world.

7/08/2011 4:06 PM  
Anonymous laura said...

Oooh, sara mida's south of france!!!

7/08/2011 6:14 PM  
Blogger ISA said...

me encantan tu fotos, y la forma que distribuyes todo, es una inspiración cada uno de tus post, se agradece enormemente!!!

7/08/2011 8:43 PM  
Blogger Rachel said...

I'm curious about your books so I've put some on hold at the library - thanks for the peek!

7/08/2011 9:04 PM  
Blogger Hannah said...

Oh! Your shelfs look like my dream library! Tehe, HAve yourself a good week!

7/08/2011 10:19 PM  
Blogger Carlene said...

I also have a ton of Japanese books...knitting books, and I still can't understand what they're trying to tell me. The patterns are so beautiful thought...

You never fail to inspire me, this time with your teacup and flowerpot...always something new...

Oh, also, for some reason, the thumbnail of the bird below, I though he was holding maracas LOL!



7/08/2011 10:43 PM  
Blogger Megan P said...

I love visiting here, it always is so inspiring. Are you as organized as you look?

7/08/2011 11:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here in Amsterdam my day begins with reading your lovely blog and it always make me happy and full of wonder about beauty - nice to start the dat with

7/09/2011 1:11 AM  
Blogger Margie Oomen said...

i had so much fun perusing your bookshelves when I visited.

7/09/2011 4:31 AM  
Anonymous Joyce said...

I love stopping by to see what you are working on - you have so much talent! Thanks so much for letting us take a peek at your library. Now I'm curious to know what the Japanese books are....

7/09/2011 5:35 AM  
Blogger PrairieGarden-Liane said...

you know,
have you ever thought of making
a coloring book?
I know I would spend many happy afternoons coloring!
Especially to your beautiful drawings :-)

7/09/2011 7:52 AM  
Blogger Trece said...

Your drawings are so beautiful! I love the still life presented in photos 1 and 3. PrairieGarden-Liane is right. These would make gorgeous coloring pages.

7/09/2011 11:48 AM  
Blogger Sarah Knight said...

Very cool : )

7/10/2011 2:27 AM  
Blogger Constance said...

I like your blog a lot! And, this is one of my favorite entries to date! I, too, love Japanese books, even though I can't read a word! I love the pictures!

7/12/2011 7:12 AM  
Blogger Shayla said...

I love these posts! Your blog is VERY very VERYYYYYYYYYYyy inspiring.

7/12/2011 10:23 AM  
Blogger Elinor Rigby said...

I love it! You work space seems so organized. . .unlike mine. I love how designed and neat your works space is!

7/21/2011 6:23 PM  
Blogger Javi said...

me encantaria tener la cantidad de libros de manualidades que tienes!! yo tampoco se leer japones, pero he visto que con las fotos que ponen es suficiente... ademas que son muy bonitas!

8/08/2011 4:40 PM  
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