I’ve been taking part in the Art Every Day November challenge run by Leah Piken Kolidas, and this is my final image. I revisited a photo I took of a nature park when I used to live in Bowraville, on the mid-north coast of New South Wales, Australia. The park was established by an Aboriginal … More Nature Magick
I created this with Toolwiz and a Pixabay image. I dithered for ages with the images created in a Toolwiz overlay as the other images were much clearer and brighter. But I decided in the end that I liked the more blurred image here because it made me think of trees dreaming into the universe … More Tree Elders Dreaming
I created this from an image I had of rocks on the Jurassic Coast of the UK, plus an image super-imposed of a photo I took of a spider when I was living in Woodenbong, on the rim of an ancient volcanic caldera.high up in the Border Ranges of northern New South Wales, Australia. The … More Spider Drawing Down Magic
This image was developed from a photo of rock layers. I’ve added in the images of birds as they are symbolic of communication and flight into the unknown as well as an image of the Moon representing the Mysteries resonant in life on Mother Earth. It seems to me that the Spirit of Rock, whatever … More Rock Dreaming
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
Another return to the Standing Stones of Callenish, and a photo taken by Dina, whose blog is: The World According to Dina On this occasion, I worked on a background of hearts and then superimposed a photo of the standing stones. It seemed to me to remind us that, while we so often see stones … More Joy to the World
I’ve got a photo of rocks on Langi Beach, WA, but which I’m unable to trace to any particular spot, certainly not in Western Australia, as far as I can ascertain. Nevertheless, the rock formations are stunning, as if earth energies frozen in time are listening to prayers for grace led by one particularly large … More Canyons of Courage: Stone Guardians of Urban Life.