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December 17, 2014


So many of you have sent me best wishes and I didn’t want to reply with lots of individual thank-you’s which would sound the same. So here’s a piece of digital art for you all to say thank you from the depths of my heart for your very kind wishes for recovery from my recent […]

Hearts Aloud against Injustice

December 6, 2014


R.I.P. Michael Brown Eric Garner Tamir Rice Akai Gurley All the black American women killed extra-judicially by police in the US but who remain anonymous and disrespected because of their sex. All black victims of US police violence Aboriginal people who have died in custody in Australia or been killed extra-judicially All victims of racial […]

Visionary Journeys

December 6, 2014


This piece of digital art is one of my all-time favourites – probably because it’s got lots of purple in it and I’m a purple-loving gal! I created it from a photo I took of the Besparmak Mountains which run parallel to the north coast in North Cyprus, and I got just a peak of […]

Wild, Flashy, Trashy

December 4, 2014


I read an interesting interview with the artist Maggi Hambling at the weekend where she quoted an art teacher who said that you don’t choose the subject: the subject chooses you. Ms Hambling also said: “That’s what I love about Rembrandt or Van Gogh or any of the painters I really admire – they are […]


November 30, 2014


It’s been all change at our home since I held my art exhibition last Saturday.  Most of my artwork has stayed at Vicki Karaca’s Black Olive Cafe & Studio as she’s going to keep it on display and for sale. I must say, it feels quite odd not to have paintings stacked up around the […]

Web of Light

November 29, 2014


This image is based on a photo a friend took of an amazing mass of cobwebs, then layered onto various images of cobwebs I created with Pixlr gizmos. Again – the web of light links all of us and perhaps this is an era when we can start repairing the broken threads between us all […]

Grasses Whisper History

November 29, 2014


I created this image from a photo I took of grasses close to Lambousa, an ancient historical site close to where I live in Alsancak, on the north coast of North Cyprus. We visited this area a while back – it’s about five minutes from where we live – to view the Roman fish ponds, […]


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