The question of this week.

👉🏻👉🏻What was your last thought yesterday?👈🏻👈🏻
It would be nice if you all share your thoughts and dreams with me. Friday you’ll find out what my thought was and what piece of art I made with this question as an inspiration.

I don’t know where I’m going but I’m on my way.

I don’t know where I’m going but I’m on my way.
As you probably read in my previous post, the tea topic question this week was

👉🏻👉🏻If you had all the time in the world, what would you do?👈🏻👈🏻

So my answers would be having a trip around the world for a year or two.
The old train symbolizes traveling in a slow manner. For me traveling is not about boarding a plane and lying down on your stomach at the pool trying to get a tan. Nom traveling is taking your time, enjoying the route, the scenery and culture. The falcon there is again the symbol of the hunt. My yacht is at the pursuit of new knowledge

Sharing is always nice. 👍🏻

I don't know where I'm going but I'm on my way




As you probably read in my two previous posts the tea topic question this week was

“What’s the last thing you bought?”

This is an easy one to answer, last thing I bought before I made this work was a bunch of flowers as a gift to someone.

About the image itself: Pelican symbolizes generosity and dark red roses represents gratitude.

Sometimes it’s not people who change, it’s the mask that falls off.

Sometimes it's not people who change, it's the maskes that falls

As you probably read in my two previous posts the tea topic question this week was

“What bothers you quickly?”

My answer to the question is undoubtedly, people with two faces, hypocrites, … What makes them suddenly turn against you even if you believe there is nothing wrong. They compliment you to your face but judge you behind your back. I’d rather have an enemy who admits they hate me, instead of a friend who secretly put me down.

About the image itself: The ostrich is known to put “his head in the sand” jus like two faced people when you confront them they had absolutely nothing to do with it .

Sadness flies away on the wings of time.


As you probably read in my two previous posts the tea topic question this week was “What’s your very first memory?”
My memory is not an exact moment of event in time but an emotion, a general feeling that I’ve had my entire childhood and young adult life, it clings to me like gum in your hair, easy to obtain but very difficult to get rid of it.
It’s a feeling of sadness, loneliness, … It’s not my intension to be pathetic or elicit compassion from you, because without my past, my present would look totally different. And I can tell you with confidence and a cheerful heart, I wouldn’t change my present life.

About the image itself: The little crown I used as a symbol for the girl how has every thing, the spoiled one, the raven is generally thought to be a symbol of sadness, loss and death in most European countries.