Watercolor miniatures are all I can do at the moment instead of sewing, embroidering or quilting. I don't really feel inspired, and I guess these things follow the trail of Paul Klee and Lionel Feininger very closely. They are very small, the "Sea bridge" is about 4x4", and "Stock Market Dreams" is 5.12x7.5". You can see the influence of fiber work in them!
The sea bridge could also be a town on wooden piles, as Venice or the center of Hamburg. When the subway was built, the workers found one of these medieval oaks and dated its use back to the 13th century. This means that its growth started about 800 years ago. It was put up inside the subway station near our town hall. An artist carved it into a sculpture of maids of 7 centuries. The street above the station is named "Maids' walk" which used to refer to the housemaids who went to market over this path along the water.