Inspired // Ariele Alasko

7:00 AM

This year is a big year for me. I plan to do a lot of things regarding the business, but for myself as well. One thing I have been telling myself lately is to never stop learning. I don't want to fall into the after college rut of focusing only on work and whatever else. I want to learn to sew, knit, build, fix- anything and everything! One day I want to look back and say, "I did a lot of cool things in my life." 

Ariele Alasko is such a talented wood-worker and I felt like it was appropriate to showcase her beautiful work in this post. She posted a photo one day on Instagram showing herself/that she is in fact a girl behind all the beautiful wood-work (people tend to refer to her as a guy.) I thought it was pretty funny, but most of all- inspiring. I love her beautiful panels and would love to own a piece someday. I also think carving spoons looks like so much fun... maybe I will give it a try someday! Check out her work here!

Is there anything you guys are learning this year!?

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5 comments

  1. Nice stuff and you're so right, I also wanna look back at my life and be able to say it was a fulfilling one!

    http://www.drownedinfashiondreams.blogspot.com/

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  2. I love Ariele Alasko! I am constantly amazed at what she is making. I made a hexagon tray that was inspired by her..because she is always putting out incredible stuff. I dream of owning a piece of her work one day too.

    -Courtney
    www.alwaysrooney.com

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  3. i see myself as a professional student. i got my first degree in advertisement in 2003. in 2004 i took italian classes. in 2005 i took a post grad course in business adm. in 2007 i took sewing lessons. in 2008 i went back to college for a second degree in architecture, that i will finish by july this year. then my plan is to learn how to ride a motorcycle and then learn to knit. i love learning.

    also, cool wood work!

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  4. wow, what a cool space! love all of her creations

    xxoo,
    nikki

    www.dreaminneon.blogspot.com

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  5. Wow that really is some beautiful wood paneling work. I can see why you're inspired.

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