Sometimes you can fiddle for ages with a photo until it feels right. The above image, on the other hand, emerged with only a bit of playing around with the gizmos on PicMonkey. To me it represents a Cathedral of Light, a gift to humanity from the tree elementals which were part of the original … More Cathedral of Light
I created this piece of acrylic artwork when I lived in Australia and it’s always seemed a bit dull to me, so I returned to it today to add more life. I think, metaphorically speaking, it also represents me returning to life and the magick, sparkles and glitter of the wonderful Planet Earth on which … More Art for Sale: Singing the Stars to Earth
I adapted this piece of digital art from an acrylic painting I created in New South Wales, before I moved to North Cyprus. I called this art “Loving Kindness” as I have just read a post on Humans of New York regarding the loss of Susie, the senior dog who lit the lives of Brandon … More Loving Kindness
Yesterday I had to revamp one of the paintings I created when I was living in Woodenbong in northern New South Wales. We lived in the mountains on the rim of the caldera of an ancient volcano and it was a time in my life when I really was absorbed in Goddess and Earth energy. … More Shaman of the Winds (AEDMN17)
I have been missing in action because we’ve been doing some switcheroos with our usual space arrangements in our apartment, called the “Hotel MoBro” by a friend when our stray dogs and cats started moving in. She reckoned there was a sign visible only to cats and dogs which said: “For a good feed and … More All Change at the Hotel MoBro
I originally posted this on my blog, The Crazy Crone – Living a Wild and Adventurous Life This artwork relates to a nightmare I had after writing about my childhood, and how it acted as a clearing house to process the changes I’ve been going through. If you’re interested in reading this post, the link … More InSight
It’s been all change at our home since I held my art exhibition last Saturday. Most of my artwork has stayed at Vicki Karaca’s Black Olive Cafe & Studio as she’s going to keep it on display and for sale. I must say, it feels quite odd not to have paintings stacked up around the … More Changes…..