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Love of the People

October 30, 2014

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Jesus was a bit of a lad, you know. Liked the poor, loved kids, kicked the crap out of moneylenders, told the truth, hobnobbed with prostitutes, fed to five thousand people fishes and loaves (ever thought that without the “a” loaves becomes “loves”?) and never asked if anyone was on food stamps, slept rough, had […]

Journey to Jupiter

October 28, 2014

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I have just discovered this piece of digital art which, again, I’d created in the late evening and forgotten about the next day.  I looked at this and thought: “I’m definitely off with the fairies” but I’m having great fun flitting around the cosmos!

Ancient Voices

October 28, 2014

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This is an image I created with one of the photos taken by Jessica Winder on her blog, Jessica’s Nature Blog (http://natureinfocus.wordpress.com/), where she posts various photos of coastal rock and other natural beach formations. When I’d completed the artwork, I felt it reminded me of the ancient memories carried in the rock treasures of […]

Robot and Empire

October 26, 2014

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I’m on a sci-fi kick and this is a tribute to I, Robot and the original Empire trilogy by Isaac Asimov.  I loved I, Robot, but the complexity of the Empire trilogy really fascinated me.  I’ve read and re-read it, great stuff! This digital art, by the way, was created from a canvas and image […]

Breezy Bougainvilleas

October 25, 2014

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I created a piece of digital art for another project which consisted of photos I’ve taken of magenta-coloured and pink and white bougainvilleas. Then I was inspired to pop onto Pixlr to do some more fiddling with the image and, to my delight, I found Pixlr had added two more gizmos for photo imaging.  So […]

Home of the Fae

October 22, 2014

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For a change, I was attracted to a photo of a cabin taken by Ann who lives in the Smoky Mountains in the US (http://therepublicofann.wordpress.com).  So I fiddled and faddled with the gizmos on PicMonkey, BeFunky and Pixlr and this is the result: a secret spot for the fae to rest, recover and return to […]

Quatermass, Andromeda & The Whole Damned Sci-Fi Thing!

October 21, 2014

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I created the above image from a photo my friend took of rocks at Brimham Rocks in North Yorkshire, UK. It’s a place of amazing rock formations which I hadn’t known about until my friend posted her pics on her Facebook timeline. When I first started creating art I used only photos I’d taken myself, […]

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