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June - July 2016: Scenes from my sketchbook

The Husband has been reading a lot of Slavic mythology lately (he has Ukrainian ancestry but a lot of the family history was lost after his grandfather was released from a prisoner of war camp after World War II and migrated to Australia, and so The Husband’s been tapping into his cultural heritage through studying traditional mythology, which I think is super awesome), and noticed a lot of mermaid themes. 133 more words


Sketching Kathmandu

Spending just a day in Kathmandu, Nepal will leave you with a memory full of unforgettable images of excellent craftmanship of artisans and artists of both hindu and buddhist temples/ stupas.  96 more words




I usually start each year by sketching/ painting a Ganesh – one who removes all obstacles.


The gift of the storyteller

A book in my hands.
Waiting to be read.
The feel of paper.
I turn the page.

The first word pulls me.
Into a story coming alive. 96 more words



Ink on paper (5.5″ x 8.5″)


postcard from Oporto

postcard from Oporto

watercolours and ink pen on paper.

July 2016

Ink On Paper