I was reading an article today about the way in which woodland, sadly, is being cut back in the UK. It reminded me of when I was young and staying with my grandparents at Blackheath, London. They lived down an isolated lane which lead, for me, to MagicLand. As a kid I loved nature (still … More Woody Wonders
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
We have building works going on right beside us creating enormous amounts of dust and noise, so I decided to bring inside the crystals and stones I had on a table on the verandah beside my office. I have had a huge piece of petrified wood for years, since I lived in Boonah, south-east Queensland. … More Elemental Pendant
This image came from a photo of a path into a forest. It made me think of the unexplored places our soul can take us on life’s journey when the forces of curiosity are embraced and followed.
I created this piece of digital art from a photo a friend took of tree roots in bushland in northern New South Wales. I added in the stars because I always have this vision that nothing is separate in the galaxy and we’d be surprised by the conversations between trees and stars!
I was inspired to create this image by Maya Angelou’s poem below. The digital art piece has a wilderness area as its base, a stone circle overlay and a standing stone overlaid on both images. It’s a reminder of the world we inherited, for which we are caretakers and which we leave as our heritage … More Brave & Startling Truth – Maya Angelou
This is pretty self-explanatory – the stars shining down to illuminate the dance of the naiads (water spirits) in the dark of the night. I like the idea of their mutual respect and reflection of each other.