I was looking at this image and wondering about a title when my husband wandered in, looked at the digital art and said: “What are you going to call this? Once in a Blue Moon?” And I thought: “Spot on, mate!”. Because I created this piece of digital art from a photo I had of … More Once in a Blue Moon
Here are four more images created with a Prisma overlay. I can’t remember how I created the original image, but to me the first two pieces of digital art relate to the way women are rising up against misogyny and patriarchy, whether in the US, Europe, Middle East, Russia and so on. The last two, … More Playing with Prisma
I’ve been having fun with my new tablet, creating images and then adding overlays by Prisma which offer images and patterns from various artists and art forms. It’s amazing how the energies of an image change with the different colours, so here are a set which relate to fiery images.
A while back I took a photo of five crows sitting on a tree, motionless, against the evening sky. It was quite eerie, they looked very focused, a bit like ghosts atop the bare branches of the trees. Anyway, I returned to it yesterday and created some new images using Pixlr overlays and frames. Hope … More Crow Magic
This my latest crystal mandala layout – for Focus. I moved the table away from its previous position beside my crystal collection as I felt the grouped crystals interfered with the energy of the crystal mandala and its intent of focus. It feels heaps better in its new position under my spider drum and Shamanic … More The Life of Stones: Focus
I got a bit fed up with my workroom as it felt cluttered, dark and stagnant. So I bought three coloured stands (including, of course, on in purple!), booted out a couple of boring stands, and brightened up the place. I also moved my crystal mandala table from its previous position close to my shelves … More All Change!
I created this image from a photo I took of a horse at dawn. We had moved from Victoria, Australia, to New South Wales and were staying with a friend. I wandered out around 5.30 one morning to see the horse standing in the early morning mist, hazy and eerie looking, so quickly took a … More A Horse With No Name