For the period of our Covid-19 Lockdown I’m taking my painting classes online. So if you want to join us it’s on Wednesday evenings from 7-9pm (NZST). It costs $40 per session and it works surprisingly well! You’ll need a zoom capable device (ie the Zoom app downloaded) with its camera focused on your painting… Continue reading Zooming in!
“the way I had come and, secretly, the way I was still to go, brought together in the unyielding ground and in the symmetry of the moving sky, caught in still waters,” ~ David Whyte from ‘Twice Blessed “The Moving Sky” Kenepuru Heads, oil on canvas 300x300mm The Moving Sky from home here at the… Continue reading The Moving Sky
My latest Woodpecker Bay painting fresh off the easel. It’s one of those places where the spirit flies free in the breeze and the morning sun glows on the tides edge. Walking on my favourite beach in the first light of dawn, the light in my heart reflected in the sand. see more of my… Continue reading Light on the Edge
I’m happy to announce that I’ve been invited behind the Black Door! After a bit of a break from the bright lights of Auckland, my paintings can now be found in the Black Door Gallery in Parnell. Its great to be represented up there again, so if you’re in the area pop in and make… Continue reading Behind the Black Door
“When you look upon another human being and feel great love toward them, or when you contemplate beauty in nature and something within you responds deeply to it, close your eyes for a moment and feel the essence of that love or that beauty within you, inseparable from who you are, your true nature.” –… Continue reading Your True Nature..
Drawing the curtains Giving the cabins back to the geckos. With a deeply felt connection to the land, weary bones and very open hearts we’re leaving Paradise and heading home to Wellington. Painting the curtains? That may come later….
ONE DAY YOU REALIZED …so that one day you realized that what you wanted had already happened, and long ago and in the dwelling place in which you lived before you began, and that every step along the way, you had carried the heart and the mind and the promise, that first set you off… Continue reading One Day You Realized….coming home
Originally posted on The Compassionate Gardener: a ministry of hope:
“Fear keeps us focused on the past or worried about the future. If we can acknowledge our fear, we can realize that right now we are okay. Right now, today, we are still alive, and our bodies are working marvelously. Our eyes can still see…