] I got up this morning at 6am to get a glass of water and let our three dogs out for a run (plus add some food to their bowls for the two cats), and just happened to catch the Full Moon resplendent in the sky as light clouds were moving in from the west. … More Full Moon Christmas Greetings
I’m always rather intrigued by the road which opens up for me when I’m working on photos to create digital art. On this occasion I felt inspired by another photograph taken by David of SmileCalm. As soon as I saw the photo I could see the smiling energy of the water sprite living in the … More Joy
This is a tribute to all those who have created art (painting, photography, glass, sculpture, etc.,) since time immemorial – to those who have produced a vast array of images over the aeons, from rock & cave art to huge canvases to small pieces to doodlings at home, to paintings on crockery, both large & … More The Aeons of Art
I’ve spent 40+ years in the Southern Hemisphere celebrating Summer Solstice at this time of the year, but I am enjoying being back in the Northern Hemisphere, feels like I’m home where I feel more comfortable. The seasons are the right way around and I love celebrating Winter Solstice in December where my body and … More Winter Solstice Greetings
Another piece of digital art with the basis a photo of an archway in Donegal. This is what you should do: Love the earth and sun and animals, despise riches, give alms to everyone that asks, stand up for the stupid and crazy, devote your income and labor to others, hate tyrants, argue not concerning … More Donegal Dances
I created this piece of digital art from a photo of the sea in Donegal which I saved a while back. I have no idea who the original photographer is so can’t give credit, although the final image is so different from the original photograph, I don’t think it’s infringing copyright!
This image started out with a close-up of my carnelian necklace, with an overlay of grasses blowing in the wind against a back-drop of the Mediterranean, all orange colours, believe it or not. Then I happened to come across a gizmo in PicMonkey relating to pink, the colour of love, and suddenly this piece of … More Harvest of Love