The Three Snake Leaves

I can honestly say that this week I feel like the world has gone a little bit crazy. The ease of lock down measures seem crazy - having to self isolate if I travel, but not until after the 8th June, I can have up to six people with me in my garden, but they... Continue Reading →

Harbinger of Change – Andy Kehoe

I am taking a very slight detour from fairy tale this week to look at an artist who seems to base his art in the world of folklore, myth and stories instead. As a child I was deeply enthralled by stories, I had a vivid imagination and would spend hours daydreaming about mythical creatures; this... Continue Reading →

Silence – Loish

There are those people who appear to be annoyingly good at a lot of things.  I have been told I am one of those people.  What this actually means is, I try my hand at a lot of "stuff" and I continue to practice and hone the skills for the things I appear to be... Continue Reading →

Spotlight on Vincent Van Gogh

I am really proud to say that I have had this article published to celebrate Vincent Van Gogh’s life. You can find the article here

Why are there so few women in art?

I have had another article published by Parkstone International. You can read it here. Please do let me know what you thought.

The Guitar Lesson – Balthus

As you probably are aware by now, I also write for Parkstone International. This time I was asked to write on “The Guitar Lesson” by Balthus, which I find a fairly trying article to write. None the less, you can find the article here:- https://parkstone.international/2020/02/16/shelleys-art-scandal-that-painting-by-balthus/ Why not head over there to see the full painting... Continue Reading →

Days Out – Sedlec Ossuary – The Bone Church.

Did you know that there is such as thing as Dark Tourism?  This is people who go to visit places that have connections with death and/or suffering.  I would say that I verge into Dark Tourism quite often; but it is rarely just to say that I have been to that place, it is more... Continue Reading →

All The Eternal Love I Have For Pumpkins – Yayoi Kusama

I think we can safely say that the start of 2020 has not been a brilliant one, there are terrible fires in Australia, and my heart goes out to every living being there in a hope that recovery comes quickly.  In the UK we have the ongoing comedy saga of Brexit and the hash job... Continue Reading →

Olafur Eliasson – In Real Life

On my search to do something inspiring on New Years Day, because I really wanted to start this year doing something inspiring, I stumbled across an exhibition at the Tate modern, which was closing on the 5th January (sorry to anyone reading this who wanted to experience it).  It was an artist I hadn't experienced... Continue Reading →

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