Am I crazy enough to move to India, open a gallery and unschooled my children... Well yes, not that I think one needs to be crazy to do any of that... but isn’t it much easier to get a house in the country, milk your own cows and grow your own food... maybe, we have done that too and that is we're I started this blog 1.5 yrs ago, chronicling our days as country peasants on the DIY, self sufficiency rumble.
In late 2012 we opened Tibetan Sacred Arts, a gallery, studio and training center dedicated to preserving the Tibetan culture and the amazing traditional skills which include silk appliqué and embroidery, weaving, wool work, painting, knot work, wood work and sculpture.
We also open the space to other artists and crafters.
2013 has seen us take to the road with our travels and my husbands creative workshops but sooner or later our Sacred Art range will be launched, which will include ethnic contemporary furnishings, children’s ware, yarn, embroidery materials, and play things.
Oh and my range of blessing flags.
There is a lot of work to do.
I have 2 beautiful children and a fantastic husband and feel warmed to share our days however messy here with you.
Oh and I like sitting on a cushion looking at my mind,
pretending to write a book and calling myself a gypsy.