Having finally got unpacked, sorted out and pretty much settled in here in North Cyprus, I’ve also got my paintings and crystals/rocks sorted out too. Next week I’m putting them up for sale – although I’m a bit nervous about my artwork as it’s the first time I’ve offered it for sale publicly. We’ve removed … More ART & STONES
In my spate of revisiting former paintings, I also revised two smaller pieces to re-energise them. The first is what I’ve called “The Heart of Om”.. I’ve lightened the circle surrounding the Om symbol, as well as re-painting it red to illustrate its power. I’ve also added pale violet flashes around the inner circle to … More MORE ART REVISITED
When I lived in Woodenbong, high in the ranges between Queensland and New South Wales, I created this image of Baubo. Baubo is a goddess whose origins are somewhat mysterious, but she is associated with belly laughs, bawdiness, the joy of female sexuality and the healing power of laughter. She is best known for her … More BAUBO REVISITED
As I mentioned in my last post, I decided to have time away from the internet and work with any creative ideas which came up in my time free of Facebook, news and so on. Luckily for me, I did get some inspiration! I decided to revisit some former paintings I’ve done and cheer them … More APHRODITE REVISITED
My computer is sort going on the blink, not sure what is happening as sometimes it works a treat and sometimes the screen blurs. It’s not the hard disk, it’s a graphics part, so off to the compute whizz on Monday to hopefully get it sorted out. I’m also hoping to get a back-up fixed … More TIME-OUT FOR CREATIVITY
In an earlier post, I mentioned how I’ve been reflecting on the new path opening up for me. I’m not quite sure where I’m heading but one of the tools I’m using to sort out some ideas regarding my relationship with money (the bane for all of us) is Julia Cameron’s book The Prosperous Heart. … More Out with the old, in with the new
“Dying isn’t the sad thing, what’s sad is not living intensely” – 90-year-old man to cancer survivor, Albert Espinosa. We were recently watching footage on BBC Worldwide of runners in New York disappointed at the cancellation of the Marathon. Some were entirely negative and complained bitterly, but others took a different view – they intended … More THE GOOD PEOPLE DO ……..