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Butterfly, oh Butterfly!

By Magdalena Hohlweg | Oct 18, 2017

Some time ago I was given an extraordinary butterfly collection. You could call it a little unsorted. For more than two years, a biologist had collected the deceased specimens from the butterfly house she cares for for an interested professor. When I visited the Butterfly House and told the lady about my collages, she bequeathed […]

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Art is expression

By Magdalena Hohlweg | Oct 18, 2017

 Conversations without words My voluntary work in the hospice service gives me great pleasure and is absolutely enriching. For example, I enjoyed preparing and carrying out a series of training courses on art therapy techniques for and with our circle of volunteer death and bereavement attendants. As soon as brushes and paint come into play, […]

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Icon

By Magdalena Hohlweg | Oct 18, 2017

This little icon is a work that has been created over the years, as the find has been found. It is a work that is very close to my heart. Icon “sweet love”, size approx. 17 x 26 cm   Material – finds: painted waste wood, flat-pressed cartridge sleeve as crown, stamped stamp “Sixtine Madonna”, […]

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Let’s go into detail!

By Magdalena Hohlweg | Oct 18, 2017

The quail is an inconspicuous, hidden-living bird and is not as common in our areas as it used to be. The quail hen carries up to twelve chicks. In the picture I count only five chicks. Oh! Where is the rest of the children’s flock??? I don’t want to tell sad stories here! So we […]

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New! New! New! Bling! Bling!

By Magdalena Hohlweg | Oct 18, 2017

Smallest jewels Slanted Birds

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Favorite finds

By Magdalena Hohlweg | Oct 18, 2017

Dragonfly wings at Wickenranke – perfection in the smallest detail!  

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Small fine school project

By Magdalena Hohlweg | Oct 18, 2017

   Elbe School – Cultural School When I enter the   spacious and invitingly bright foyer of the Elbschule   in Hamburg Altona for the first time, Full of joyful   expectations, I am amazed at the cheerful children’s voices. What it sounds like in a school. Since the Elbe School is mostly attended by […]

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