Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Papaver rhoeas

A page from my nature journal. I love these red poppies! They are colourful and give me a warm feeling of summer. The sky has been filled with thunderstorms lately and it smells like summer.

Papaver rhoeas 
an inspiring illustration

  • the common poppy is notable as an agricultural weed

  • grows up to 70 cm high

  • the flower's stem is usually covered in little hairs 

Sunday, 29 May 2016

Interview: Wings Worms and Wonders

I am incredibly happy to announce that I was asked to do a little interview for the lovely Kelly Johnson. If you are interested you can read it here

Also be sure to check out the rest of Kelly's website that revolves a lot around nature journaling and working with and in nature.


So many things have happened in the past few weeks and I am completely mesmerised by the beauty of the world as well as life itself. I went camping, painted a daffodil, listened to the birds sing, invited friends over for a garden party, went for many walks in the forest and painted till deep in the night. I am excited to show you my progress of paintings I have been working on and want to apologise for the lack of content on this blog. I want to post more of my art and will try to do so from now on. I hope you enjoy the video of my dear friend Michelle and me painting a dandelion.

a preview of my nature journal entry for May- in progress
I found a lot of inspiration in some new nature books that I bought
my scientific illustration of a dandelion that you can find in my shop here
my wonderful analog camera that I have been taking photo with lately

Sunday, 1 May 2016

Spring moments

Spring is so very wonderful. When the sun shines it is such a joy to sit outside and enjoy the warmth. Birds sing so much more during spring and everything seems to wake up from a deep sleep. I spent a lot of time in the gardens and illustrated the beautiful wood anemone because I think it is wonderfully delicate and gorgeous. 

Anemone nemorosa