Q & A - Spotlight on Frai Art & Design

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" A Place to Restore Your Soul & Creative Flow Sets Flight"
This week we are chatting to Claudi Lubbe, from Frai art & design. She finds inspiration from her direct environment & life, her studio, situated at the Nomadic Oasis, is nestled at the feet of the Outeniqua Mountains in the Garden Route. 
Her studio, along with the rest of “The Nomadic Oasis” is a place to restore your soul and where her creative flow sets flight.
Q: So who is Frai Art & Design?
A: Frai is who and where I have always felt I was meant to be.
As a person, I am 25 years old, married to my bestie, and mama of almost 2 year old identical twin girls. Driven by my connection to the Divine Feminine Energy and inner flow as a human being.
Q: What was the idea behind your brand?
A: The idea behind my brand is to inspire or ignite the flame within others, for them to explore within themselves and really follow your inner drive. That small flickering that we feel, to keep adding to the little flame until we burn with passion for what we do. FRAI is there to start the conversation, to ignite the energy flow and to hopefully bring some joy to the people and spaces that the art works belong to.
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Q: What is your favourite products of your collection?
A: At the moment I am really in love with my “Inner Landscape” series. Especially the “MOUNTAINS OF RESURRECTION“ piece.
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Q: Why would you say it is important for customers to support local?
A: For me, the local businesses are a part of your community. And for us as human beings to expand with integrity and true joy, we should love our “neighbours”.  To support small businesses is to support the little flickering in us all, the drive, the passion the uniqueness of us all.
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We love her work, you can see the passion in each art work and the personal story behind each work. 
See her process & more...

 

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