Browsing Archives of Author »Mo Davies«

World Flag

October 4, 2015


Here’s my take on a world flag for unity of the world’s people around peace, tolerance, compassion, unity and love: the water and reeds behind the tree represent emotional openness; the wires you can see behind the reeds are the differences between countries being relegated to the past and insignificance;t he tree represents the World […]


September 29, 2015


This was created with an original photo I took on Monday morning early of the full moon just as the eclipse was starting.  I superimposed over it images of the galaxy and its glory of stars, and superimposed over that a photo of a waterfall taken by Ann who lives in the Rockies:  Republic of […]

Grace of Ages

September 25, 2015


I created this image from a photo I took of St Evlalios Church, a deserted church on the site of Lambousa, an ancient port on the north coast of North Cyprus. It’s about 5 minutes up the coast from where we live in Alsancak, close to the historic port of Kyrenia. The photo is superimposed […]


September 24, 2015


This image is a revisit of an earlier one I created when I was down and out with a flare-up of fibromyalgia.  You get what I call “the Glums” where you fall into a deep depression and feel like the world is going to end. When this first happened, I had no idea what was […]

Fly Me to the Moon

September 23, 2015


I revisited a watercolour painting I created in Australia of a dragonfly and birds, giving it more pop with PicMonkey and Pixlr. And the reason I called it “Take Me to the Moon” is the video below which I hope you will enjoy.  Another kind person to remind us of how much good there is […]


September 22, 2015


A couple of years ago I had a very vivid dream of standing of my kitchen and looking out at the garden, where a huge bison was grazing peacefully on the deep grass growing there. I can still see this image quite clearly and I’ve been meaning to create art around this dream. Today I […]


September 20, 2015


(This piece of digital art was originally created in acrylics to reflect the entry of Uranus into Aries in 2002 – change, upheaval, new ideas, passion – which I have revisited to reflect the rise of passion for  honest politics with the bubbles on the left the hopes of people for social justice and peace) […]


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