Still on the Standing Stones of Callenish, this image relates to the energies of Earth, Fire, Air and Water. I find I’m adding water more to artwork these days, in recognition of climate change and the rising power of the water element in Mother Nature. Again I’m indebted to Dina, for her kind permission to … More Flying High
I’ve been having great fun with my new tablet and the app, Toolwiz. Above is artwork I created from a photo of Lake Eyre in central Australia. Amazing what you can do with this handy app!
I finally managed to track down a very nice, ergonomically designed office chair late yesterday, which was delivered at lunchtime, so back in business. Sort of. Because we had a 14-hour power cut, just in our area of Alsancak, so nothing could be done internet-wise. When I finally managed to get back on-line, I decided … More Nasty Woman
This post was inspired by reading an interview with a woman who left her husband when she was 40’ish because she wanted to follow a spiritual path and, according to the interview, she said he didn’t. Now you might say, good on her, and yes, follow your own path by all means. But I’m rather … More Be Brave, Bodacious, Brilliant, Brazen, Bold – Be You!
Well, I got all fired up (if you’ll excuse the pun, ahem) with the Fire Element, and ended up with three images. I couldn’t make my mind up so I decided to post all three. Fire relates to passion, energy, creativity, action, warmth, will power, drive and motion. However, Fire can also be destructive if … More Fire Element
This is another piece of digital art created from another photo of my carnelian necklace. I worked differently with this – working briefly in Photoshop with the “liquify” gizmo to balance out the photo and blur the individual stones. Then I switched to PicMonkey, BeFunky and Pixlr, stuffing around with all their gizmos until this … More Fire of Passion
Since I moved to North Cyprus I’ve been fascinated by olive trees. Their grey, gnarled twisted trunks look ancient and sturdy, and I love their grey-green foliage. To me they’re the bearers of life: wood for fires; olive oil for cooking; olives for eating. So I decided that the olive was the tree of the … More The Sun Tree