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handverk, Handverk og hönnun, Ljósanótt, Ráðhús Reykavíkur, steinverk, Sýning -

Sindrandi Handcraft will perticipate at the yearly juried exhibitionHandcraft and design at the Capital City hall in Reykjavik 21.-25th of November. :D It is a wonderul feeling to see all that creativity together in the same place. TPlease take note that the exhibition takes place in November which means that Christmas is just around the corner! A visit to the exhibition is both great fun and an opertunity to support Icelandic craftspeople and designers. See you at City Hall! Kind regards, Geira

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Hátíð, Ljósanótt, Reykjanesbær, steinverk, Sýning, Veghús -

Hello everybody! I will be having an exhibition on Saturday the 7th of September at Veghus, one of the beautiful old houses in town, at Sudurgata 9, the part that looks out to Ranargata. Opening hours are estimated from 1 PM until 10 PM depending on how festive people are, because as you all know, time is an flexible concept! Looking forward to seeing you all and experience with you one of the greatest Town festivals in Iceland :D Kind regards, Geirthrudur About the festival Ljósanótt or Night of lights is a yearly town festival in Reykjanesbae (near Keflavik international...

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Fjaran, geðheilbrigðismál, hugleiðsla, hugtak, Lífstíll, mindfulness, námskrá, náttúran, Núvitund, steinverk, úr borg í sveit -

Today´ s blog is about the change of pace and lifestyle the moved from city to country has done for us and what living so close to the elements has thought us. I am sure that this moves was in more ways than just cleaner air and less traffic but I had not actually thought about it until I stumbled on discussions about mindfulness. >Mindfulness! Mindfulness is on of those concepts that has gotten some attention lately and to explain it simply it means to be able to relax and try to forget your surroundings for a moment. The reason...

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brisingarmen, fjaran, fjársjóður, seaglass, Sjógler, skartgripir, steinverk, tumbling -

One of the most exciting things I find on the beach is sea glass, a piece of glass that has been rolling around in the ocean for a long time, even years. The ocean does not use silk gloves as it wrestles the sea glass on this crazy journey on the bottom of the sea. It is polished in what would seem like baptism of fire in a magnificent conflict between sand, stone and sea. The beach is the last stop for this now beaten and battered but mature sea glass which would nest well in the famous pendand of...

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