Recent Posts From My blogroll

Celebrating spring with modern art

Spring has arrived and modern art is a fabulous source of color to bring...

Inspired and uninspired by bridal art

I was amazed by the beautiful painted brides of Kosovo. Then suddenly I was...

A detailed affair with sculpture

Some artists have an eye for detailed sculpture. In fact you would call it...

The art of book art

Book artists find their craft through a variety of means but they have one...

The faces of urban contemporary art

Urban contemporary art is a vibrant exciting movement of street art...

Beautifully poised and delicate sculptures

Some days fragile beautifully poised art reaches into your soul. This...

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The Wave bedhead

The ‘Wave’ is loved by the minimalist as it offers clean lines...

Chinese Elements bedhead

This bedhead was inspired by a bright yellow Asian silk featuring the fish...

The Bayside bedroom

Bayside is our customers favorite due to its under-ocean sensation created...

Beaded wire sculpture – Sea series 3

This trumpet shape form from copper wire is embellished with beads and shells and trails along as if its floating in the water.

Kinglake series 3: “A day in the life of”

This mural is the second in the series where I burnt an image using a pyrographic tool onto bluegum veneer. When driving through the devastated town where houses were destroyed almost randomly was so emotionally draining.. to be from the city one can’t imagine the terrifying day the residents endured.

Kinglake series 2: “Lost souls, found souls”

This mural is the second in the series where I burnt an image using a pyrographic tool onto bluegum veneer. When visiting Kinglake after the fires earlier this year, I was intrigued by the amazing pace of regrowth .. it was oddly sporadic amongst the barren landscape.

For my readers .. free Macramé Booklet

As a thank-you to my blog readers and email subscribers, I have posted this...

Creating the new ArTlinks bracelet ‘Moonlight’

At times I get inspired to pull a cluster of beads together, a ramble of...

Pattern for a unique design – the snail-set beaded jewellery

While creating designs for the ArTTable, I was asked one year to be gust...

ALWAYS THE ARTIST

My name is Dina and I have always been passionate about art and craft and dreamed of giving others an opportunity to do what they love.

I hope you enjoy my blog on creative topics, tutorials and coffee chat so you too can experience the pleasure of art and craft in your own home.

Read more about Dina here ...

DINA GOEBEL – “A woman with passion and vision”

Dina is an Australian sculptural artist specializing in low-relief murals, sculpture, mosaics, macramé and wire jewellery. Her work has been sold around the world and recognized as a offering uniquely distinctive approach to her decorative art.

As founder and Director of Fantasy Dreams Bedheads and the ArTTable, her expertise also extends in conducting creative workshops, publishing tutorials and sharing her knowledge with others who are looking for ways to express their own creativity.

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