Friday, July 17, 2009

3 Quick Questions with Sascalia

3 Quick Questions is a new series of brief interviews with crafters, bloggers, retailers and designers whose work or vision I admire. Why only 3? Because I like quick-to-read blog posts and I like it when images speak for themselves.

Kicking off the first in the series is Sascalia, a mixed media self-taught artist who grew up in rural France and is currently living in the U.K. I love the whimsical scenes created by Sascalia and her incredible colour palette and attention to detail.


What inspired you to start creating?

I have always loved anything creative and had a passion for art and a love for colour. Now that my children are all at school I have the time to run my online business and to create from my home studio. Nature is what inspires me the most!


If you could spend more time on one thing what would it be?


I would love to have more time to just paint and experiment with new techniques but sometimes just running my etsy shop and life itself can get in the way.


What's next for Sascalia?


Hopefully just to keep on growing and learning!

For more Sascalia check out these links:
Sascalia on etsy
Sascalia's blog

8 comments:

M* (Melanie) said...

Wow her work is beautiful. Thank you Rebecca! Oh and I love the 3 quick questions, very clever! It certainly works for me!

Bam Bam Creative said...

3 quick questions is such a cool idea! Beautiful artwork too, I love the Mother and Daughter, just gorgeous

Linda said...

such gorgeous work I love it so much. I am of to peek at Sascalia's blog now thanks Rebecca

Melanie Gray Augustin said...

Great interview concept. I love her work and it's funny, I discovered her just the other day on Etsy. Now I'm going to check out her blog.

Ali said...

these are simply lovely images! Thanks for the little interview to go along with them :)

Elizabeth said...

what a great idea!

and i love this art! her creations are so whimsical and happy.

Alisa said...

Oh, what lovely images! Great post Rebecca.

Tinniegirl said...

Her work is inspiring and beautiful. Can't wait to check out her blog.