About

A Bit About Me

 I started out with a degree in fine arts and no idea of what my life could be.

A decisive moment came when I rented a handsome, old apartment with a courtyard view and began sleuthing for furnishings to adorn it with —

arranging them and then sleuthing for more.

Alongside this happy sleuthing and arranging, I puttered away at drawing and painting

until seized one day by a passion to collect beads.

I began making earrings with these beads, playing with the shapes and colors as if my life depended upon it.

 

Eventually, I married, the apartment was abandoned,

and the jewellery took over as my creative focus.

Some of my jewellery

A lot of those beads and findings were pretty tiny. 

 These earrings were miniature sculptures to me and it gave me great joy to work with them,

providing me with my second clue ( the first being handsome apartment) that the three dimensional world is where my passion lay.

 

 I let this jewellery love get out of hand develop into a business

 at the same time my husband and I were having two children and renovating our 100 year old house.

I threw myself into the renovation process and was gratified by the results but,

the minute we were done, we sold that house and moved, with our two young daughters,

to Norway where we designed and built a new home,

and all the beads and findings were stored away in boxes.

   The house that Jack ( Bruce in this case) and Annie built

As you can see, landscaping has not yet become a passion.

 The all-consuming building and furnishing of this house rekindled my delight in interiors

and I began to remember …admit?… that my very first love was, in fact, interiors.

 

Then, over time, as children do, mine grew up and moved away,

and in the space they left behind this love developed into a full fledged passion

and thus was This Marvelous Mood born.

 

Check out my First Blog Post Ever for more about the blog.

 

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