I was inspired to create this image by Maya Angelou’s poem below. The digital art piece has a wilderness area as its base, a stone circle overlay and a standing stone overlaid on both images. It’s a reminder of the world we inherited, for which we are caretakers and which we leave as our heritage … More Brave & Startling Truth – Maya Angelou
I just came across this lovely song by Leonard Cohen and wanted to share what for me is an appropriate image – dance images, clouds of the universe, lotus plants for love, and the mystery of the moon and its links to emotions and passion.
I’ve been playing with a programme I found on-line: Silk Interactive Generative Art, Silk Art It’s easy to use and is great fun so I thought I’d share some of the images which I’ve created after fiddling with the programme elements and getting used to working with them.
This is pretty self-explanatory – the stars shining down to illuminate the dance of the naiads (water spirits) in the dark of the night. I like the idea of their mutual respect and reflection of each other.
My husband wandered off this morning to watch two silos being dismantled on the other side of the paddock beside our apartment (he used to be in the construction industry and loves watching how construction takes place here in North Cyprus compared with practices back in Australia). He brought me back a flower from a … More Poinciana Passion
A Suspended Blue Ocean The sky Is a suspended blue ocean. The stars are the fish That swim. The planets are the white whales I sometimes hitch a ride on, And the sun and all light Have forever fused themselves Into my heart and upon My skin. There is only … More Song of the Universe
THE WAY WINGS SHOULD What will our children do in the morning? Will they wake with their hearts wanting to play, the way wings should? Will they have dreamed the needed flights and gathered the strength from the planets that all men and women need to balance the wonderful charms of the earth … More Let the Children Play!