This image was created from a photo of a tidal area in Australia, and overlaid with a pic I took of a yellow-orange gazania in our garden in North Cyprus. I called it “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life” because there is so much miserable stuff going on around the world, we need … More Always Look on the Bright Side of Life
I’ve been playing around with an image of a rose I found on Pixabay – working with the Pixlr and Toolwiz apps on my tablet. Just thought I’d show how easy it is to create different pieces of art from one original image.
Digital Art from a photo I took of the first freesia flower of Spring: Shine Your Light. “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be … More Shine Your Light
Here’s a little ditty for Spring: Spring is sprung The grass is riz. I wonder where the birdies iz! I wandered around our garden and parking area today and got the following photos, showing that Spring is popping its lovely head up as it’s now quite mild here in North Cyprus, thank goodness.
I didn’t manage to post every day in Leah Piken Kolidas’ Art Every Day Month November 2016, had back problems. So I’m catching up on the posts I did manage so I’ve got a record of my art creations. The photo below is of a bunch of chrysanthemums I found dumped in a bin outside … More Chrysanthemum Blooming (aedm21)
This is another variation on the cactus flower image I posted yesterday. I play with Pixlr overlays and quite often can’t make up my mind, which is why I saved this second image as it brings to my mind the grace of light showering us with blessings in times which are so difficult and challenging. … More Blessings of Grace (AEDM4)
I created this from a photo I took of cactus flowers when we were living on the wheatbelt in Western Australia. The cactus had two flowers and we just happened to catch them in full flower as they only last a few hours. I’ve fiddled with the original image with Pixlr, and really like the … More Mystery in Flight – AEDMN3