This is in honour of true heroes Ricky John Best and Taliesin Myrddin Namkai-Meche who were stabbed to death on a Portland train when they both stood up to protect two girls being verbally attacked by a white supremacist because on of the young girls was wearing a hijab. A third man, 21-year-old Micah David-Cole … More In Praise of Heroes
I still can’t sit at the computer for long as my knee is too sore. So I’m simply posting artwork and adding appropriate music.
This is a bit belated due to a bad fall I had at home (not my fault, slipped on a puppy puddle on our marble floor, it’s like a skating rink). Am picking up now and catching up with posting artwork I created while not very mobile. The art and music speak for themselves.
We have building works going on right beside us creating enormous amounts of dust and noise, so I decided to bring inside the crystals and stones I had on a table on the verandah beside my office. I have had a huge piece of petrified wood for years, since I lived in Boonah, south-east Queensland. … More Elemental Pendant
I’ve been absent for a week or so as we received very upsetting news that a young man who we considered an adopted nephew had been killed in a motor bike accident in Perth, Western Australia, where we used to live. It has been a time of grief and memories for us of a fine … More Wild at Heart
Been fiddling with some jewellery. My daughter in Rosehearty, N-E Scotland, gave me the dreamcatcher earrings in 1994 when we had a holiday in the UK. I bought the feather earrings a while back from Dawn Buyukertas who sells a wide range of crystal and other jewellery here in North Cyprus. But the feathers were … More New Jewellery Creations
We stopped in the entrance to our communal car park yesterday in the late afternoon and I just noticed the juxtaposition of dried grasses against the grey of the Besparmak Mountains shrouded in cloud. I got my husband to wait (not a happy camper) until I got a photo but then decided that black and … More A Foray into Black and White Photography