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Home of the Fae

October 22, 2014


For a change, I was attracted to a photo of a cabin taken by Ann who lives in the Smoky Mountains in the US (  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


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, […]

Magickal Nature

October 16, 2014


This piece of digital art has been created from a photo taken in the Smoky Mountains by Ann who operates the blog, The Republic of Ann: Here’s a link too to Ann’s Flickr album, she really has taken some fantastic photos and I’m learning about geography as I had a vague idea the Smokies […]

Renewal of Life

October 13, 2014


Sometimes I create art last thing in the evening, then forget its existence and start on something else. So I just found this image and I like it – it’s a mixture of new leaf and old foliage on the ground in autumn. I guess it’s a symbol of hope – the cycle of life […]

For Coffee Lovers!

October 13, 2014


My warped sense of humour – this is how I imagine my body and brain look like inside when that first dose of caffeine hits my system!  I’ve labelled it “inspirational art” as coffee inspires me to get going in the mornings! I love coffee so please, no replies about its side effects!  And for […]

Ancient Memories

October 11, 2014


In some way rocks and stones communicate with me although I’ve never quite worked out how this operates. It was a bit of a shock to my very logical system when this all started but there you go, sometimes things appear out of left field and you’re stuck with them.! Last night I worked on […]

The Moon, The Moon!

October 11, 2014


Years ago I read a great book by Dean Koontz called “Strangers” which I found incredibly uplifting, given that some of his horror books are so over-the-top they make my stomach churn. I remember reading one of his stories once while eating breakfast while my husband was working away from home and it was so […]


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