Creative Portrait 30

Cheerful. Reflective. Gloomy. Humorous. Melancholy. Idyllic. Whimsical. Romantic. Mysterious. Ominous. Calm. Lighthearted. Hopeful. Angry. Fearful. Tense. Lonely. The Moods of Humans. I used to observe different expressions and moods of the human face. It gave me the idea and inspiration to do the portraits with creativity, in search of something out of the ordinary. Most […]

Divine Grace 2

The inspiration for this painting is the Eternal Mother. Mother can be Mother Mary, Goddess Durga or Parvati or even Mother Teresa… An embodiment of love, compassion and sacrifice. She is strong and willing to go through endless pain and suffering to protect her progeny. The blue background symbolises the Universe and the paper collages […]

Garden of Senses 5

The inspiration behind this painting is the ancient art of mosaic. Assembled from diverse locations, small shards of glass or tiles when put together create a completely new picture. Similarly, our unique and different experiences through the journey of our life play an important role – molding us into the person we are. It determines […]

Blue Mountains 2

My work has mostly been focused on exploring the human conditions and our rich inner lives. In this painting, I have extended this idea to nature which can be perceived as a vibrant living thing with it’s different moods, it evolves through seasons, topography and the changing light of the day.Just as the human mind […]


Also known as Royal Tudor, est. 1828 – Staffordshire England The birth of the famous English porcelain happened in the city of Stroke-on-Trent, commonly known as ëthe Potteriesí, the well-known home of the pottery industry in England since the 18th century. Thanks to its rich heritage, Tudor England porcelain has tied together all the skills, […]


The History of the Dala Horse The image of the horse goes back thousands of years. The magic and mystique surrounding the horse inspired people to recreate their image in cave and rock paintings. Horses were highly valued and became a symbol of strength and courage. They arrived in Sweden 4000 years ago and were […]


The Strange History Behind Kattenshoet, Belgium’s Cat Throwing Festival At the moment, the best place in Belgium to be a cat might be Ypres, where every three years a large folkloric parade is held in the animal’s honor. However, a peculiar part of the activities, the flinging of plush cats from the city’s bell tower, […]


Villeroy & Boch is a trusted international lifestyle brand, offering sophisticated tabletop and home dÈcor products that showcase European design and expertise in ceramic production. Family-owned since 1748, 2018 marked the company’s 270th anniversary as one of the largest producers of premium porcelain and ceramic products worldwide. From the tiles in New York’s Holland Tunnel […]


Hand-built work made by ceramicists who approach clay as a tool for engineering silhouettes. Not pottery at all, but architecture The Ulmer Keramik (UK) manufacture, based in Ulm , later Neu-Ulm, began producing items such as tableware, tiles and promotional items from ceramic in 1947. The plant was closed in 1991.The manufactory was founded by […]


Many of Germany’s traditional handcrafted wooded toys and decorations come from Seiffen. The history of wooden toymaking in the Ore Mountains is closely bound to regional circumstances. The Ore Mountains are located in Central Europe on the border between Germany and the Czech Republic. For many centuries it was a countryside in which the local […]