Seagulls can be heroes too!
I seldom do lino printing, but I enjoy the process. The prints are exciting, because one never quite knows what results will be achieved.
I photographed this lourie (turaco) in my garden. I had previously made a number of attempts to photograph these birds but to no avail. At the sight of me, they took off. This day I was fortunate, as you can see. I think those palm berries were too delicious for the bird to abandon! The... Continue Reading →
FEED THE BIRDS. Early morning risers, Some wet to the bone, Snatching sleep Huddling on cold stone. Not much rest after a night of rain, Shelter is scarce. Trees drenched, Big rain drops, Those that make the feathers flop! Ahhh! A ray of sunshine, Breaking through the cold, purple dawn. Those still wet... Continue Reading →
Over the last three years I have collected charity scarves with a view of doing something with them. The Covid-19 lockdown has got me doing things other than painting. I have two old Elna sewing machines which I cleaned and oiled, and also gave my sewing paraphernalia a good sorting out. In the sewing basket,... Continue Reading →
I am an Emperor Penguin Suited in black and white. I’m trekking many miles Across the Antarctic ice. My journey will take me to a colony Of others just like me. I will find a mate and procreate, And we'll produce ONE precious egg. I will incubate my offspring. My empress will hunt for food;... Continue Reading →
Like many other artists, I do not like been taken away from my studio, just in case I am inspired to do something - and that something would have to be done now! So when I have to go visiting, which I do enjoy, I try to combine art and the trip. Flower Design I... Continue Reading →