La Commedia Illumina Firenze – Domenico Di Michelino

We all have our own personal idea of hell. Mine is either being stuck in a room full of crying babies or being in a world where I was unable to get a caffeine fix. Ok so neither may seem that terrifying or daunting and there are hundreds of things that in reality are worse... Continue Reading →

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Presentiment Of Insomnia – Sergey Ignatenko

I may have written once or twice about the fact that I am a sufferer of insomnia.  I am pretty used to it by now, although I have recently achieved a couple of what I call nearly full nights sleep. This is a fairly good achievement for me as it means that I can go... Continue Reading →

The Night Before Christmas – Arthur Rackham

It's that dreaded day for parents.  You know that you will need to battle your little darlings to bed because they are desperate to see Santa, they will be awake at 3am wanting to open presents and be badgering you for the bizarre sized batteries that they they need, to play with the latest noisy... Continue Reading →

Liquid Light 2 – Scott Naismith

Today I'm actually giving a painting and poetry pairing. Sometimes I am just struck with something and my brain goes off in to a world of its own, making bizarre connections. Naismith paints beautiful landscapes and seascapes which have their own transcendence, capturing the light across water and clouds to give a beautiful mysticism to... Continue Reading →

Poppies – Wave and Weeping Window – Cummins and Piper

As we approach the 11th November, a time for remembrance and to show a mark of respect, we wear poppies as a symbol of the lives lost as these were the flowers which grew on the battlefields once the bloodshed had ceased. In 2014, a wave of ceramic poppies adorned the Tower of London, tumbling... Continue Reading →

Ruby Rose

Life is hard sometime. There are days that catch you off guard, no matter how long it has been since the event. A loss can leave a hollow in you, which can grow smaller or you can learn to cope with it, but it can never be filled with anything else. Don’t ever forget that... Continue Reading →

Arachne’s Punishment – Gustave Doré

Leviticus and Deuteronomy, they are funny old books aren’t they, full of things that will get you a one way ticket to eternal punishment. Some things are so inconsequential in today’s views too....like don’t eat shellfish, or don’t wear mixed textiles. Which is surprising for a book where the theme is to love thy neighbour,... Continue Reading →

Time stood still – Natalie Shau

Today, I really could have done with time standing still, or a clone, or both. Shau's representation of time ruling at the head of the women really does have a true ring to it. I don't have a lot to say about the picture itself, really I chose it because it brought to mind a... Continue Reading →

The Butterfly Ball – Genevieve Leavold

Beauty comes in many different forms.  From rolling landscapes to physical beauty, written word to natural phenomenons.  Leavold captures the beauty of movement in her oil on canvas piece of "The Butterfly ball". Central right you can see the vague image of a butterfly, the wings open to show the intricacies of its wings.  This... Continue Reading →

Pieta II – Martin Wittfooth

I think that William Blake summed up the reverence of the tiger in his poem of the same name:- "Tiger, Tiger, burning bright, in the forests of the night, what immortal hand or eye, could frame thy fearful symmetry?".  In this case the tiger and everything else within the painting has been used as a... Continue Reading →

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