I have always admired the beauty of the poppy, and am intrigued that such a soft, delicate, flower has wreaked havoc and death in peoples lives by the opium produced from the seeds. The flower is also a symbol of remembrance of 20 million deaths in the first world war.
I enjoy still-life art, usually the type with food and crockery painted in oils. However, this series of still-life focuses on the details of the food.
This video was taken in the Kruger National Park. When I arrived on the scene the impala had just given birth, and the little one was lying in the dead bush. The ground was hot to the touch as it was 45 degrees celsius, and the impalas were gathered under the meager shade of a... Continue Reading →
THE NEW EARTH. A fantasy has not been told, but truth which must be extolled. The true account of eternal life and death, as revealed by Christ in Heaven to the apostle John in a vision, who set the prophecy down on parchment, known as the unquestionable Revelation. The day draws near when every eye... Continue Reading →
My interest in this subject arose from an art challenge to paint the death mask of this unfortunate girl, named ‘The Unknown Woman of the Seine’ or 'L'Inconnue de la Seine'. I was intrigued by the subject, as unrequited love and death often go hand in hand. The fact that she drowned in the dark... Continue Reading →