A while back a good friend in the United States asked me to create a painting of Kali, the Goddess of death, time, and doomsday. Just after this request, I visited a market and came across a small mask which, to me, embodied the essence of Kali. I had to paint in the red tongue … More Kali
I bought a really lovely crystal necklace with a druzy pendant recently, although I’m not quite sure what the crystals are. They don’t feel like rose quartz, too cool, and I’m guessing they’re pink chalcedony. The necklace has a matching pair of earrings and I’ve just altered them – originally they had one pink crystal … More Joolz 1 – Crystal jewellery
This is a digital version of an acrylic painting I created back in Australia, before moving to North Cyprus, of Baubo, a lesser known and rather mysterious goddess who appears in the story of Demeter searching for her daughter, Persephone, after Hades – god of the Underworld – had kidnapped the young woman. According … More Baubo the Bawdy & Brazen
Well, I have made it through the Earth Every Day in November challenge and managed to post every day which I’m very pleased about so I’m patting myself on the back! I wanted to wind up on something positive, given the state of affairs in the world today, so here is Earth Mama: I took … More Earth Mama (AEDMN30)
I played with an earlier, acrylic painting I created back in Australia of Baubo, goddess of laughter, raucous merriment and kicking up your heels. The original painting was bright orange and I really enjoyed playing silly with it. This is the re-worked version – Cosmic Mother, amazing the difference colours make! Below is the original … More Cosmic Mother (AEDMN23)
This image is of a hearth and chimney in an abandoned cottage. The original – in black and white – is on the Flickr album of Ann B (the Queen of Frogs) who has kindly given me permission to use her photos of the Smokies, in the United States. I called this image “The Hearth … More The Hearth of Warmth & Welcome
It’s funny where life takes you in the creative field. I’ve been looking back at the art I’ve posted onto artist sales outlets and can see a clear stages in what I’ve created. When I lived in Boonah, in Queensland, from 1994-2002, I focused on mandalas and working with art pencils on black cardboard. I … More The digital arty-farty fairy!