Browsing All posts tagged under »digital art«

Beyond the Veil

March 20, 2015


LIFE AFTER DEATH If there’s one thing that’s certain in life, it is that one day we will do a perish/pop our clogs/turn up our toes/push up the daisies – in other words, we will die and leave this world to move through the veil to another dimension. Some of you may roll your eyes […]

Earth’s DNA

March 15, 2015


I’ve been going through my  digital art files and found a fair few pieces I’d created and forgotten about. Some of them have needed a bit of extra work so here’s one of them: Earth’s DNA.  The image reminded me of looking inside Mother Earth and find her DNA – after all, if humans can […]


March 15, 2015


Next Sunday I’m flying to the UK for  a reunion of my friends from my university days over 45 years ago. Our first reunion was in 2012 and it was as if the years apart had never happened – we reconnected, hugged each other and never stopped talking all day. The same occurred in our […]

Worship of Water

March 15, 2015


I created this from a photo I saved of a waterfall. It reminds me of how beautiful water is in its simplicity and how it sustains life on this planet. Sadly we see our rivers, seas and lakes being increasingly despoiled by pollution and disregard for the health of this planet. I hope this image […]

Warriors of the Mind

March 12, 2015


This piece of art is a tribute to all those walking with Alzheimer’s or dementia.  It was sparked by my just reading that Sir Terry Pratchett, author of the Discworld fantasy/sci-fi series, has died at the age of 66. He was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease a few years ago, and it is sad to see […]

Kind Words

March 10, 2015


That old saying “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me” is really quite wrong. Words can be very hurtful, witness how some young people sadly take their lives due to bullying and internet abuse. So this image is to offer an alternative of kind words whenever we speak to […]

We Are One

March 2, 2015


Years ago, when I lived in south-east Queensland, I created a mandala called ” Web of Light and Life”, as a fundraiser for a refugee organisation in Brisbane. I framed the mandala and dropped it off at the charity’s op/charity/thrift store so that it could be raffled at a later date.  A few months later, […]


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