mixed media art

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My word for 2015: emerge

My word for 2015: emerge

Last year, I couldn’t really come up with a word that really captured my hopes for the year ahead. Looking back, “growth” would have been perfect. There were so many challenging experiences, which taught me so much about myself. I’m so much stronger and confident now. […]

Beating blank canvas syndrome – the scraps drawer

Beating blank canvas syndrome – the scraps drawer

I’ve picked up so many little bits and pieces of paper around the place that it can be overwhelming. Now I have a desk that I love and a dedicated creative space I decided to designate one of those lovely timber drawers to holding my scrap collection. Everything from air […]

Princess Lost, my painting process

Princess Lost, my painting process

This is a painting that really had me stumped for a while there. I actually put her aside for a couple of months in the end, because I just couldn’t see whether she was done yet. And then I came across her last week and […]

“She Blooms by Moonlight” – my painting process

“She Blooms by Moonlight” – my painting process

At Wonderhubby’s work Christmas party in December last year, I fell in love with the colours of the paper crowns from the festive Christmas crackers. I could just see them as part of a painting, so I (fairly) discreetly gathered up as many as I […]