10.6.10

Guest blogger - Marianne Hallberg

Marianne Hallberg is a dear friend and an awesome ceramic artist. She makes stoneware
ceramics, painted in white and cobalt blue lines. I've blogged about her several times before.
Here for example, and here. See a glimpse of her home here. For three days Marianne will
guest blog here at Fine Little Day. Thereby she will be the first guest blogger I've had.
Welcome Marianne!











This is my house and home in Falkenberg.
I'm wondering, why are the yellow flowers the first ones coming?
/Marianne



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15 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm totally impressed by her ceramic work! Awesome, is the right word. Is it possible to buy her work somewhere on the net? /Ellen

Green Been said...

wonderful - i love ceramics and the colours are beautiful.

A Merry Mishap said...

What a beautiful tree, I can almost see it moving in the wind, it all seems to peaceful!

objectsofwhimsy said...

Marianne's ceramics are beautiful! I love the cleaness of blue and white. They look really delicate. Her house and garden are to die for no wonder her work is so beautiful.

orange sugar home said...

welcome! can't wait to read your posts!! just bought apple papple print. can't wait to have it on my wall.

Lovely World said...

Welcome Marianne. I have admired your work for a while, since seeing it here on Fine Little Day. It will be fun to see what you post. x Maribeth

emma said...

bra fråga. som att naturen har överskott av gult. typ: rea på gult, kom å ta!
fina bilder. kul med gäst! :D

marie-louise said...

Mmm, här vare skönt:)

diariodeunacouturier said...

I JUST LOVE THIS HOUSE!!!!femulnes

karin said...

A lovely guestblogger. Her home is charming and her ceramics so original.

kristina - no penny for them said...

what a beautiful home you have!

maybe the yellow ones are first because they are the boldest...? ;)

la casita said...

Marianne, your work is so unique!
And that sky is so full of beauty...

Milady Productions said...

I love your pottery! it is such a nice mix of useful. sturdy and delicate. The red houses...mmmmmmm
i love every single one i see. what is the history behind red cottages in Sweden? I know in America ( i have a red barn) it was a mix of ox blood and lime.

Anonymous said...

Milady Productions
it is interesting "The red cottage" is it not a memory? romantics,

A Merry Mishap
That tree is taking care of the house since 1830

And thank you all for the nice comments
from Marianne Hallberg

Kaylovesvintage said...

oh you got a dream house