Friday, May 8, 2009


Dear Friends,

I sometimes like to create abstract pieces using my painted tissue paper sheets, as well as other materials such as silk fabric, plate glass, plastic sheathing and aluminum foil. I continue to create pieces in my studio, little works that for one reason or another capture my attention. I thought you might like to see an example of this kind of art including an Ingo Maurer ceiling lamp in my home that I decorated using pieces of my painted papers!

Eric Carle


rustandroses said...

Beautiful work! Your light fixture is brilliant, as well. Great inspiration!

Quiltnbee said...


Tenntrace said...

I love the papers on the lamp. What wonderful designs. But can I ask what is written on the one white sheet? It would be interesting to know how it ties in with all the patterned sheets.

Emma said...

This is stunning!

txmommy said...

Hi, I am a random fan,
just found your site.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE your books. I have six sweet kiddos and have taught school and done daycare and your books are always a favorite! the stories are sweet, the art magical and the whole package wonderful.
I never thought I'd get to thank you so I am glad to here.

treeroots said...

Eric, I just want to say thank you for the beautiful art you've made. My three year old has the very hungry catepillar bedsheet set on her bed, her absolute favorite book is the Very Busy Spider.

My seven month old daughter loves to mouth any of your board books, and is fascinated with the colors. Her favorite toy is the chime toy of the Very Hungry Catepillar. The smile she gets on her face when she sees it is just amazing.

Thank you so much!

Kris, Jai and Ki

perfect0823 said...

Hello Eric:
I am a preschool teacher in TAIWAN.In this month,we look so many books which made by you.Kids enjoyed those books very much.We also saw you in your DVD,kids said you are a really funny man.Thanks for the happy moment you given to us,Kids will be crazy if you can leave a message to us,bye.

Happyland said...

that's amazing work!!
Great inspiration! ^^

sara's art house said...

I just found out you have a blog and am thrilled! I am your hugest fan. I read your books daily to my kids. Keep up the great work!!!!!

The Masked Mommy said...

I just found your blog via Dollar Store Crafts! I'm so excited! My daughter is enchanted with The Very Hungry Caterpillar. We've been doing activities over the last couple of weeks, and I thought you might be interested to see.

We drew the story in sidewalk chalk:

We also had a Very Hungry Caterpillar snack:

Keep up the great work! Love the abstracts!

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Mark David said...

Just discovered your blog! It’s really good. What a wonderful designs. I love your books. The whole art wonderful but specially I love the papers on the lamp. That is amazing work. I love the abstracts! Keep up the great work. Yes your blog really surprise anybody.

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Max Armstrong said...

Beatiful masterpiece Eric you remind me of modern abstract paintings. Keep the goodwork bro!

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