Today I heard myself telling someone that I had not made my own work for 10 years, only moments later I wanted to shout ‘THIS SIMPLY ISNT TRUE!’ because it isn’t! I have MADE lots of my own work over the past ten years BUT I have not exhibited it – and therein lies the… Continue reading The Art of Vulnerability
Have you ever really watched how a seahorse moves? One of the most beautiful things about being an artist is that at some point you realise that you have this incredible knack for REALLY looking at things. I study everything – and most of the time I don’t even realise I’m doing it until afterwards… Continue reading Have you ever really watched a Seahorse move?
Check out my GORGEOUS new logo created for me by Illustrator Kate! – Kate is one of my Favourite illustrators – go and check out her website to have a look at her beautiful drawings and creations!! illustrator kate WHAZOO!!! illustrator kate
Semi colons, situations and surviving Samsara When I was 18 years old I was suffering from a rather horrible bout of situational depression – although I didn’t actually realise it at the time (because I didn’t actually know what ‘depression’ was or how it was caused or even why) so I hardly talked to anyone… Continue reading Semi colons, situations and surviving Samsara
Mahadevas, Kali’s, Taras and true inner peace! If you’ve known me for a while – or perhaps even if you haven’t – you may have noticed that my thoughts, beliefs, ideas – about spirituality/ the human condition/ education / art / whatever else I’m interested in tend to be rather fluid… As in – Once… Continue reading Mahadevas, Kali’s, Taras and true inner peace!
“I could live in India!” I sighed dreamily this morning. “I could definitely make this my home”. It’s so different to how I imagined it. It’s so GREEN!!! It’s so lush! Many of the old buildings are SO unbelievably beautiful! And then as I had my slow and steady early morning boat ride while watching… Continue reading A White British Woman visits India alone and muses on it.
Autoethnographic musings upon life… This year I spent the summer in India – while I was there I painted many little pictures in my sketchbook, completed my 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course and experienced ‘Life’ through a new lens. I wrote several musings and I’m going to post them here… And I’ll attach my… Continue reading India and our Great British Empire