I worked with another photo from The Republic of Ann, the blog run by Ann with photos of the Smoky Mountains (http://therepublicofann.wordpress.com) . To be honest, I took off into the wild blue yonder with her photo and I’m going to return to it in my next post. However, this image – with lightning and … More Aha!
Yesterday I picked up the prints I’d ordered of my digital art for my art exhibition on 22nd November. I’m thrilled because they look good – simple, uncomplicated and elegant (well, I think they are, anyway!). Instead of canvas or framing, I deciding to get my art printed on light board. It’s much cheaper – … More StarFlight
One of the things I like to do when I go for a walk is to take photos of ordinary stuff like leaves on the ground or grasses because they’re so versatile in surreal art. A couple of days ago I walked along the low wall at the back of our parking area and took … More Olive Trees, Water, Stars
I took the base photo of rainforest at Wollumbin (Mt Warning) when we visited the mountain on the far north coast of New South Wales with a friend. I’ve digitally altered that painting to create a surreal image overlaid of fungi growing on wood, and then added spirit figures to represent the nature spirits of … More WOLLUMBIN FOREST, NATURE SPIRITS: Art Every Day Month November 6th
Every day I get in my inbox a post from Panhala, a Yahoo group, which includes poetry, music and a lovely photo. It’s always uplifting but this post resonated for me because it’s something I’ve been paying a bit of attention to – no, not twigs but art and its essence. Twigs (excerpt) And so … More Art with Heart – not Art with Dollars.