Tropical Beauty for the month of May This hibiscus flower only lasts one day, falling from the tree in the afternoon as it changes color from yellow to salmon to red. 5×7 pdf download for you to print French/Tahitian Version – click here to save and print –> French May Hibiscus English Version(shown in above image) – click here to save and print –> English May Hibiscus
2017 Hibiscus Desktop Calendar My tropical 2017 hibiscus art calendar is filled with a year’s worth of gorgeous photographs of hibiscus flowers floating on the waters of the lagoon or on the black sands of Tahiti. Version francaise/tahitienne en vente : en ligne cliquez ici: Calendrier 2017 Purau ou Librairie Odyssey à Papeete Librairie Archipels Tahiti Librairie de l’Eglise Protestante Maohi English Version – No longer available.
Exciting to able to present my calendar and some of my new clothing that feature my hibiscus photos on the local TV show that was broadcast live today at noon. The show is called Fare Ma’ohi, and today they are featuring various artists and artisans. Here is the replay of the show on the internet, and I am invited on starting around 47min. (no English subtitles, in French and Tahitian) Fare Ma’ohi http://pluzz.francetv.fr/videos/fare_maohi_,152502296.html It was a lot of fun!! Thanks … Read More
Always Something Beautiful to Discover A little trip over to French Polynesia on the island of Fakarava – a Unesco Bio-sphere Reserve – famous for its shark wall that the divers love to see. But how many of you really know what goes into to create the thatched roofs so famous here in the South Pacific? I created this video using the new Pearl App for iphone with photos I took there. When I was visiting the island, I learned how to braid/weave … Read More
I am excited to share with you a couple of porcelain necklaces inspired by the imagery of the Pech Merle prehistoric caves in France. The handprint stencil appears numerous times in the caves in black and red tones. I have included one image here of hands. You can read more about the caves at their site and see images of the famous spotted horses: http://www.pechmerle.com/english/index.php
I was reading an Italian book last night while firing some ornaments in the kiln. In the story they used the word ‘turchino’ which I was not familiar with, which led to learning about two words for two colors that came from Turkish into the Italian language: turchese and turchino. Turchese is the color and the stone Turquoise, while turchino means a dark blue. When I opened the kiln in the morning, I had octopus to illustrate the difference: