Haskova’s Halloween candy

Haskova's dot beads

I lost track of Eva Haskova’s site after featuring her work last year.

Thanks to a new Flickr link from Bettina Welker, you’ll rediscover a wealth of recent work from this Prague artist. Eva’s canes are simple but sumptuous and dense with pattern. It’s probably not surprising to learn that she teaches pottery lessons for children.

Haskova Scandinavian series beads

I was afraid that Halloween eye candy wouldn’t sustain you through the weekend but Eva’s online store will surely keep you charged up. Sweet!

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  • reply laurie prophater ,

    Great site for halloween eye candy and also for fall colors…my favorite palette.

    • reply Marian Hertzog ,

      Love her work. Very inspiring. I also liked the votive candle holders. Different. Thanks for your daily inspirations!

      • reply genevieve ,

        I love her clean patterns!

        • reply abracadabra ,

          Oh her work is fantastic, love the colors and the patterns…so much !

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