Donnerstag, 6. Oktober 2011

Weaving my realities

These days I feel like a spider slowly weaving its web.

Yes, I'm finally creating my own web turning my dreams into my realities. During the last few weeks I made so many new and interesting connections with other creative people. It was so natural and easy, I think I was ready to meet them.

And I even found a place to make, show and sell my art together with a group of artists so very close to the place I live. It all feels so good and I try to accept to be scared sometimes because of all the new possibilities and to still hear from time to time my inner critical voices asking me if I am really good enough for all this. But then I simply move on, making my web bigger and bigger, slowly or a little faster, but always at my own pace. 

Stephanie Levy's wonderful e-course is also a good help (by the way I'm still looking for a good title for the picture above) during this process. I'm happy to have met her before here in Munich and now I'm really enjoying her lovely and genuine way to make us (a very international group of women) find more and more our creative courage. Thank you Stephanie!


  1. Das hast Du ganz wunderbar geschrieben. Deine Bilder sind bezaubernd. Wirklich. Und für Dein Bildchen oben...vielleicht "Heaven Help"? Ist mir gerade spontan eingefallen! Ganz liebe Grüße!

  2. Was für ein feines Netz, so ganz untypisch...

  3. Danke Bea, Du bist wunderbar und Deine Bilder sind wunderschön :)

  4. now that is fabulous weaving Bea ..good luck dear`x

  5. that’s fantastic Bea! you are very talented follow yoru art it will work out. this course seems just liek what i need actually.. :)
    hope all is well in Munich- i just returned from France it was so wonderful..
    xo sandra

  6. Liebe Bea,

    wie schön, ich freue mich sehr für Dich!!
    Das klingt so inspirierend, und die Bilder sind wie immer so wunderschön!
    Ich bin gespannt... :-)


  7. Bea, das sind wieder so schöne Bilder. Zu dem einen fiel mir eben spontan "Flying Hope" ein.

    Ganz liebe Grüße, Tina