George doesn’t look very happy does he? I didn’t know this was about another imminent death until I had almost finished it. Huge amount of layers on it – the pages just wouldn’t come into anything ‘right’, and then I flipped through a newspaper and there he was. It’s his expression which caught me, not the man himself. Deadly serious. And yet….is death so serious? I would love to get to a place in myself where the Great Disappearance is like birth, something to celebrate, look forward to as the next big adventure. Emmanuel, a channeled spiritual guide, says ‘Death is like taking off a tight shoe’. What if…when we get there, to the edge of life…we are ready? (Just noticed that the wording is similar to scrabble lettering).
My Journaling Journey
- Fantasia on a Wiltshire Landscape : 17/6/18 June 17, 2018
- Spirit of Place: Two finished paintings 28/5/18 May 28, 2018
- Painting: Work in progress 26/5/18 May 26, 2018
- Blue Remembered Hills: Shropshire paintings May ’18 May 18, 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