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The chill at the top of my spine.
The microsecond between thoughts.
My satiated mind,
And the hungry voice inside it.
You are an asteroid to my consciousness; 6 more words



Many moons ago I stumbled upon the beautiful hand-embroidered notebooks Martyna sells in her little Etsy shop “lvcernarivm”.

But Martyna, who is based in Warsaw, Poland, is a woman of many talents: She also draws, and her illustrations are “inspired by folklore and wilderness”. 204 more words


The Irish Times highlights "An Olfactory Portrait of the Amazon Rainforest"

Aidan Dunne of The Irish Times lists Science Gallery Dublin’s “In Case of Emergency” exhibition as one of the best art shows to see this week, and highlights An Olfactory Portrait of the Amazon Rainforest. 7 more words

The Apocalypse Project

Clementine Hunter - A Folk Art Legend


Clementine Hunter is noted
to be one of the most important
folk artists of all time and was
a self-taught artist.

Having grown up on a plantation
in the late 1800s her father
was a sharecropper and tenant
farmer. 155 more words

It's Not a Miracle We Needed*

Better. A little more focus. I appreciate that. My brain allowing some space for artmaking, even if it isn’t the most challenging part of the process. 245 more words


Realistic animals

For a long time I have been fantasising about making realistic animals. Even now, most of my patterns are more realistic looking than many crochet animal doll patterns around, but they are dolls. 370 more words


Reversible Painting: Deserted Beach... Purple Desert

This reversible painting was done purely by accident. The first photo is what my intention was… but as I was walking around and noticed the painting upside down, it reminded me of the deserts in the Southwest. 15 more words