I never moan about the weather – raging against that which is out of my control seems a monumental waste of time and effort. But the dead bird in my garden, pooled in a puddle, the sogginess of everything, the rain stabbing in on the east wind -all feels a bit much. I forget that this time of year seems never-ending greyness and cold. Even the snowdrops fail to cheer me. Time to draw the curtains, curl up in front of a log fire with a glass of wine and watch The Good Wife!
My Journaling Journey
- Blue Remembered Hills: Shropshire paintings May ’18 May 18, 2018
- Shropshire Retreat -Sketchbook May ’18 May 15, 2018
- Studio doings, paintings in progress: 17/4/18 April 17, 2018
- Studio Diary: March/April paintings in progress April 2, 2018
Ancient Landscape angel animal guides animal medicine archetypal images Art Journaling asemic writing astrology brother Buddha collage Creative Journaling David Whyte dyed tissue paper Dylusions Inks Exploring death and art Gelli plate print Grief hand-made stamps Image transfer inner journeying intuitive painting Liquid Acrylic liquid acrylics loss love Mairin Gilmartin Marie Allen mark-making mini journal Mixed Media Monoprint mythic journeying painting pitt pens poetry raven sorrow Soulwork soulwork standing stones art stencils Stephen Allen symbols Watercolour