at the same time?
Yeah. I reckon so. It’s called Divine Play. Or ‘Lila’ (which means Divine Play in Sanskrit). Or Creativity.
I travelled to
What is the Colour of Hope for you?
Cancer Council NSW’s fundraiser has art, heart and soul.
You create an image of HOPE on a 30cm x 30cm canvas.
A lovely Psychodrama person rings me from far yonder. She requests my arty input into a banner for this week’s Australia/NZ conference in Sydney.
I hum. I ha. I say
I am Aunty Art and Soul. I’ve been hosting niece Ruby (age 9) and sister Jennie (age not telling). We have two hours before I drive them to the airport.
Ruby says, ‘Let’s make a magazine just like POG.’
see previous post: ‘From POG to BLOG in forty years’ to discover what I’m talking about
Frenzy of paper, pens and paste of the non-Perkins variety.
I was in the heart of my teacup period.
This was a few years back. I met up with an old friend Clare, who lives interstate. It turned out she had written a poem about a teapot.
I was immediately inspired to paint a yellow teapot.