Monika Brugger, an acclaimed artist of metal, fabric, and thread has fabricated an intriguing study on the thimble. Her metalwork is delicate and bold at the same time. Her fabric and thread work is minimalistic and abundant at the same time. Take a look...
I'm pretty excited this morning. I love to be discovered, to be recognized, but really don't we all? It's an honor when someone recommends your work, something you made with your mind, your creativity and your two hands. Even more so to be recognized on one of my favorite lifestyle Israeli websites, it's sort of closing a circle, but in a very good way, I'm kvelling!
(kvell k(ə)vel/verb feel happy and proud. "my mom was kvelling—bursting with pride")
Back in 1988 Michaela Bercu appeared on the cover of American "Vogue". This Israeli beauty was chosen for Anna Wintour's first Vogue cover since she had taking over the magazine as editor. Michaela was fresh, natural looking, and seemed so approachable. It was also the first time a model wore jeans on the cover of Vogue. I remember that cover very well!
|A feather I used in one of my earrings|
I love how sweet and naive her work is... Miga de Pan, the artist and embroidery magician from Buenos Aires.