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Stencils (Wednesday, 13 May 2020)

I'm working on a new seires: When Wise Women Whisper. I've been fortunate to be selecetd for an 'at home' artist residency called Tough And Tender Beauty - my project is to create a series of imaged portraits of wise...
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Posts By Category - Art

Couch Art Explained (Monday, 24 February 2020)

Do you ever wish you had time to be creative, but LIFE keeps happening? I know. Me too. Here's the thing: LIFE will keep happening. And unless we make a choice - a conscious decision - to work a few...
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Alcohol Ink on Yupo paper

Letter From Grandfather Time (Thursday, 3 January 2019)

Is your relationship with time as rocky as mine? I invited Grandfather Time to tell me what we needed to know... here's what he had to say.

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Posts By Category - Art Writing
Stay wild. The wild place in your heart  were the lilac grows cannot be trimmed and tidied it is wild and free do not fear the wildness. Lead. Hold the flame of your torch high  light the way for yourself and others. Pain is the fuel that feeds the fire of alchemy. Burn it up. Once it is spent, you need the flame no longer. For when the pain burns out, the darkness leaves with it and all that remains is light.   Spin around with me, laugh, and draw me into yourself. Let me come home to your heart where I belong. It is time.

Michelle (Thursday, 29 November 2018)

For a long time I wondered what these girls had to tell us... I've stopped wondering and started listening. Here's another poem in the series.

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Corry (Monday, 8 October 2018)

A new addition to the Girl Talk series... inspired by the curious wondering "What is she trying to tell us?"

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Posts By Category - Art Art Journal Poetry Writing
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