Welcome to the Tika's garden. A place full of imagination. A piece of clay can be modified into many things.
You are kindly invited into my garden.

November 27, 2010

First snow

"Finally!" the kids are shouting.
"To early," drivers are grumbling.
All things have good and bad sides. It depends upon our point point of view.

And that's my point of view.

November 23, 2010


I like to draw in the night-time when all is quiet. My children are sleeping and nobody bothers me. It is completely upside down when I start with coloring. I like the daylight. Colours are so vivid in the daylight :)

November 20, 2010

New picturebook

Clay is left aside these days because I have no time for it. I have to draw some pictures for a new picturebook for children and that is why pencil becomes my number one companion.
I am very happy to have a company of the little panda who crawls all around my desk.

November 13, 2010

Soap dishes

I love natural soap, that is why I have made some soap dishes for really nice blue Lush soap.

November 11, 2010


I like brids on my pots. They are so playful and joyful, especially on a sunny day.

November 9, 2010

Onion jar

My neighbour orded an onion jar. She likes white-blue combination of colours This is what I have made for her:

November 8, 2010

Autumn colour

Autumn is here and its wonderfull colours  are turning  to brownish.
This onion jar reminds me of the womb of the mother earth,
which is saving all her fruits within it.

November 3, 2010

Cat the Slipper-Cobbler

I have painted the story of Cat the Slipper-Cobbler on the walls of the fairy room. The paintings are based on a story written by a Slovenian author of children books Ela Peroci.

Kitten takes away all slippers that are not in their place. After the Cat takes away the slippers she carefully cleans and repairs  them. In the morning when children wake up they cannot find their slippers and so they decide to find the Cat the Slipper - Cobbler.....

Children in the kindergarten can watch the painting of the story every dan and they can learn to put the slippers in their place.

November 1, 2010

Workshop for children and grandparents

I have prepared a workshop for children and their grandparents. 
We began with making of an autumn bowl.

And how do the dishes look like at the end?

They must dry out slowly and then they can be put into the kiln.