Browsing All posts tagged under »digital art«

Heart’n’Art Exhibition

November 24, 2014


I am so pleased to say that my Heart’n’Art exhibition went really well on Saturday. It was held at the Black Olive Cafe & Studio in Alsancak, west of the historic port of Kyrenia, and made a great venue. There was a steady stream of people, not huge crowds, but enough people to make it […]

Heart Whispers

November 19, 2014


Let yourself be silently drawn by the strange pull of what you really love. It will not lead you astray. ~ Rumi ~


November 15, 2014


Years ago, when I lived in Boonah, in south-east Queensland, I came across a book in the local library of sacred earth formations around the globe. One in particular drew me – I think it was of a centre of standing stones in France, although I’m not too sure, and I have no idea of […]

No More Veterans

November 14, 2014


This image was created from a photograph taken by Ann of The Republic of Ann blog ( The photo reminded me of a peaceful pathway towards the Rainbow Bridge for all those who’ve lost to their lives in wars wherever they have taken place. So this digital art is dedicated to those who have lost […]

The Soul on Fire!

November 10, 2014


This image represents hope for a better world¬† of love not hate, of compassion not contempt, of vision not fear, of souls on fire and flowering with hope. But also black streaks across represent the forces dragging us down – the military-industrial complex; Big Pharma like Monsanto; Big Oil; politicians in the pockets of big […]

Past, Present, Future

November 10, 2014


I was thinking about the fact that the past has influenced who we are now, and who we are now will influence who we will be in the future.¬† Similarly, we stand on the back of our ancestors from time immemorial (hence the hand graphic to illustrate generational links from way back to the Stone […]

Fierce Visions

November 9, 2014


(This image is based on a photo of Brimham Rocks in north Yorkshire, UK) In an earlier post, I paid tribute to a former Primer Minister of Australia, Gough Whitlam (1972-5). He was a man with vision and convictions who brought in some amazing innovations in Australia’s development. The tributes to Whitlam, after his recent […]


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