Thursday, February 28, 2008

one, two, three...

new textile love token size: 24 cm. made from fabrics, thread, polyfil, comes with a handwritten paper tag saying: "come on take a ride with me, packed in a grey cardboard box

price: 35 EUR plus shipping, via email order info(at)herzensart(dot)com

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

unsorted bits

MANTRA: I can organize my stuff, I can organize my stuff, I can organize my stuff, .....

I´m working hard to get a few things finished, that I had to put off since long.
Besides I´m busy with a great art project with artist from around the globe, that was initiated by Kirsty Campion alias Lolli b chie, a publisher is involved as well....

Eric Bloodaxe arrived at his new destination in
Book by it´s cover: a great site which shares wonderful books about design, art, handmade, children, etc.

Monday, February 11, 2008

honeybunny SALE

these cute honeybunnies are from an early herzensart period. Each is handmade and unique. Some of them have a little bag sewn on their body, which can be fill with sweets or a love note.
As we have to make way for new works, we have put them on SALE by giving hughe discounts. You can safe up to 50% from the former price. They are waiting here to be adopted. Thanks a lot in advance.

Friday, February 08, 2008


today I´m painting my old bookshelfs - I thought you might be interested in that LOL

Wednesday, February 06, 2008


yes, something´s going on here. I cannot tell you what it is exactly or what the outcome will be. It´s more of a feeling, a condition of being excited in a good sense. My brain is full of stuff, new ideas, directions, possibilities and a feeling of trust into the future. Yes, T R U S T

Today there´s an interview with me on (it is in French language)

Sunday, February 03, 2008

tagged - a special something

I´ve been tagged by Debi. "Show me a special something, important or beautiful or meaningful or full of memories for you - or all of that - and tell me about it." I asked S. to answer on this. {Sandra}
This white dress I wore at my communion. Now it is 30 years old and has still a spot of coffee on the right sleeve. My mother sewed it for me and that is the reason why I cherish it. It´s one of the links to the good times of my childhood.
It also reminds me of all the creative women before me, which took the time doing things by hand. Knitting, crocheting, drawing, painting furniture, embroidering, or recyling materials to make something beautiful out of it. Especially my grandmother - having lost everything in the war - found a use in even the oldest and oddest materials and still created something from almost nothing. I remember her making carpets out of old clothes, she collected. She cutted them into straps and tied them into soft and colorful floor clothes.
Makes me think of an art work from Janine Antoni
"I asked my friends to give me materials to put into the rope. A lot of people gave me materials from friends who had passed away. Giving them to me to put into the rope is like giving them another life, another form. I wonder whether the viewer can uncover these stories through their experience of the object, whether these stories are somehow held in the material.” — Janine AntoniJanine Antoni, "Moor" - Detail, 2001; Handmade rope made by materials donated to the artist by friends and family, 290 feet