Welcome to my new home in London in the new academic year. It may sound to you crazy, but I actually enjoy living in a small space. Yes, there are both challenges and restrictions with it, but I always look at small places with embrace. Maybe that is because I grew up in a fairly small bedroom and I always enjoyed organizing and arranging my objects and things, not just so they can fit but to also look aesthetic.
The beginning of every year is special.
Not just of the sparkles all around us and giving each other presents that put smiles on our faces and sparkle in our eyes, especially to the children. The end of a year pours hope that the next one will be better from the previous one and that we will have new beginnings.
Holidays are the second name for happiness.
They remind me of my early childhood days, when I used to stick my face on the window in hope to see Santa Clause or at least his footsteps in the snow.
The art studio should be the places where the intellectual and aesthetical are born, place where something special is created. Leonardo da Vinci thought that the atelier of an artist should be a small place, because small space disciplines the mind, while big one distracts it. Through photos and text I will take you to a small atelier, situated in Bitola, in order to bring you up close with story of creating art.