Did you know that???
The turn of a snail’s shell is called a whorl. In 99 percent of all snail species, that whorl goes in a clockwise direction. Because they open to the right, they are also called “dextral”.
I checked a few of mine, like Continue Reading
Outer shell, inner soul and creative process
Earlier this week, I was participating in a focus group and the facilitator asked me: “why are you using seashells in your abstract paintings? what do they represent in your artistic expression?”
So I had to pause, gear my brain toward my native language, which usually (but not always) helps me “extract” my ideas.
And I sort of articulated, the best I could with my french accent: “The seashell really is the remaining element of a former Continue Reading