Tea Time

The Art of Tea has a cherished and long tradition in the Eastern Culture. It is grown, prepared and consumed with respect to nature, body and spirit. I had been and worked in Taiwan many years before, but I never had time for tea, until this trip in 2015. Now I would love to return and take time for […]

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Well Aged

Everybody wants to grows old, but nobody wants to be old. This photo essay embraces the beauty of ageing. Time leaves its traces on everything and everyone. That’s what we call life.   This photo essay including trend post was published at PantoneView in 2014 See and read also more on my blog Well Ageing and my Embracing Ageing […]

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Embracing Ageing

Embracing Ageing | 2016 | 7 Rust works on recycled cotton canvas Sizes 30 x 40, 61 x 76, 90 X 136, 110 X 135, 82 X 135, 145 x132 and 400 x 135 cm Time is the infinite artist Inspired by the Japanese Mono-ha and Wabi Sabi, and as a counter reaction to a […]

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Pink Prayers

While there are plenty of monasteries in Myanmar, there are only a few nunneries. I was able to visit one of the nunneries; the Daw Nyanasari nunnery in Sanchaung township in Yangon, where 250 women from 8-86 are living. Eaindawaddy (42) takes me by the hand and shows me around. Our communication is with gestures, smiles, […]

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