Viva La Vida and a Happy New Year

Frida de Sandia is inspired by the painting Viva la Vida, Watermelons (1954) by Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Although, widely believed to be her last painting, after a careful analysis of the painting and brushstrokes, some art critics argue that this painting was actually painted...

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Little Dolls of Art and Gustav Klimt

I remember many, many years ago when I first came across an image of the painting The Kiss online, I immediately wanted to find out who the artist was. I was so surprised to find out that it was painted in 1909 because it looked...

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Little Dolls of Art and Tom Hoffmann

Needless to say, when I was asked to make a special SO SOPHIE art doll, inspired by Tom's Drag Company collections, I was over the moon. I have a small collection of some of their sculptures and they are so much fun! The Company describes Tom's...

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Frida Maya

This is F r i d a M a y a. She is inspired mainly by Frida Kahlo’s painting Self-portrait with thorn necklace and hummingbird, 1940. In 1929, Frida Kahlo married Mexican painter Diego Rivera. The couple's 10-year marriage was turbulent to say the least. Frida and...

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Life Book 2018 and Exciting News

I've been absolutely bursting to tell you this fabulous news! I've been invited to teach to teach on Lifebook 2018 next year. I can't believe it, I'm so excited, it's a dream come true! And what's more, I can give away 1 space on this amazing year long on...

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