“Sometimes I go about pitying myself, and all the time I am being carried on great winds across the sky.” Chippewa saying
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!
This is a digital reworking of a volcano to draw back the shutters of illusion and show that there is no separation between our world and the galaxy which holds us all in its energetic and spiritual embrace. As Above – the stars filling our night skies. As Below – the stars united with the … More As Above, So Below
I created this with the “Mirror” gizmo in PicMonkey plus a few other adjustments. When I’ve finished working with a piece of digital art, I sit and wait to hear the title, and for this it was “Benediction”, as if the stars and the waters of Planet Earth were combining to pour healing waters towards … More Benediction
I’ve been playing around with PicMonkey again, having read a couple of their blog posts on what’s available in their various gizmo offerings, where I found out how to illuminate fonts, as above. Great fun! I used the phrase “Dance with StarSong” because I always remember the mystic and explorer, Laurence van der Post, writing … More Dance with StarSong!
I created this from a photo I have of an ancient tree merged with an image of stars. It reflects the tree stretching its branches into the sky, communing with the stars and acting as a transformer to bring their energy and song to earth. In creating this I was reminded of a workshop I … More StarTalker
I created this piece of acrylic artwork when I lived in Australia and it’s always seemed a bit dull to me, so I returned to it today to add more life. I think, metaphorically speaking, it also represents me returning to life and the magick, sparkles and glitter of the wonderful Planet Earth on which … More Art for Sale: Singing the Stars to Earth