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Tag Archives: artwork

162. FIFTY SHADES OF GREY IN RELIGION & ART

FIFTY SHADES OF PAINTING GREY CATS So why this title; “Fifty shades of grey in Religion & Art”? Perhaps something to do with the painting of the cats and all the shades of grey they come in.  Well not exactly but as it is Christmas I thought this painting was a good fit even though […]

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161. EAGLE ROCK – PANTS DOWN & ART

THE ART OF THE PARTY Well what is all that about I hear you say, and yes for the uninitiated it does sound quite weird and have gotten many people in trouble and I have to point out, even me now as recently as Saturday night, lol. You know how you wake up the following […]

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158. Fifty Shades of Grey in Art

ART & SEX Like millions of women across the globe I have been reading Fifty shades of Grey and just finished the first book in the trilogy (Fifty shades of Darker and Fifty shades of Freed).   I had actually had the book in my possession for about 3 months without reading it.  The reason was […]

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157. Art & Never judge a book by it’s cover

ART INSPIRATION This painting is one commissioned several years ago by my cousin Leif who lives in Sweden.  The naive art scene is of his brother Dan & Johnny’s former house here in Australia and depicts us all enjoying a day together by the pool.  As I told you in my previous art blog 156. […]

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156. ART & FREQUENT FLYER POINTS

ART, CIRCUS & TRAVEL I have always loved travelling; I think the bug bit me even before I was born.  My grandmother ran away to sea at 15 and then she met my grandfather Anton and they both ran away with the circus.  Here are the art blog about that 20. Antonis Tivoli &  21. […]

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138 Leaving Sydney Harbour & Art

THE ART OF GETTING HOME I am back!!  Finally home again after a cruise on the Pacific Jewel to New Caledonia and Vanuatu.  I do apologize for the break in my normal ART blogging and social media routine and thank you for the lovely messages whilst I have been away. THE ART OF TAKING A […]

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127 Easter and Animated Paintings

ARTIST WEBSITE So it’s the week of Easter and this year my Easter surprise was that my website crashed for 4 days!!  Apologies are in order to those of you who tried to unsuccessfully access it, nice to know that it was due to a lot of traffic, so thank you. EASTER AND ANIMATION Anyway […]

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127 Use it or Loose it in Art

THE ART OF KEEPING FIT Ever since my late teens I have done some form of exercise every day.  Usually an hour’s worth come hail, rain or shine; the only exception would by New Years Day when my head hurts too much!  Although I am one of these people that need to sit around and […]

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121 Volunteers our Backbone – Public Sculpture

PUBLIC SCULPTURE As promised here is a bit more about The Centenary of Federation Gateway sculpture, this time I want to tell you about the wonderful community spirit that helped to make this project possible. You may want to recap to Stories of the Wall, to see main structure of this sculpture, although images of […]

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118 Put a Ring on it & Art

ART AND LOVE As Beyonce sang “If you liked it, then you should have put a ring on it” and we are all familiar with the lyrics from Single Ladies, Shayne a new friend of ours was plotting to propose to his long time lover and girlfriend Samantha.  They were childhood sweethearts and although “life” […]

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