Media and Musings

106, 2015

The perks and perils of being a princess…

By |June 1st, 2015|Muses|0 Comments

The latest fashions are always hand delivered and the trendiest hairstyles shaped just so.
But then your duty is to always dress up and look perfect.
You are given the finest silks to cover your cellulite, but then you need to keep yourself toned, and your seams straight.
You have to be politically polite to those who hate you.
But fortunately they […]

1105, 2015

Tumultuous

By |May 11th, 2015|Muses|0 Comments

People who know my upbringing describe it as tenuous, tumultuous and “trippy.”
I used the tools I was given to deal with the conundrum of my life. I had a intelligent mind, and a photographic memory to boot. I think along the lines of musical signatures and logical concepts, so I started learning everything about how the […]

1105, 2015

Art Beacon

By |May 11th, 2015|Muses|0 Comments

Fine art challenges the heart and mind of the observer.
These Oil Paintings often evoke intense emotions, heightening consciousness among a rising humanity. As you gaze into their harmonies, the past becomes the present and healing energies begin to enhance our future.
The emotions they create transcend.
Linear time.
They serve as a clarion call for those seeking […]

1105, 2015

To Varnish or Not To Varnish?

By |May 11th, 2015|Care|0 Comments

A long debate has ensued regarding whether to varnish abstract oil paintings or to “Oil In” instead.
My mentors think it is a sacrilege to take something so detailed, and natural, with all their time proven brush marks and valleys, and then slather them with a glossy varnish making them indistinguishable and uniformly plain. This meddling […]

1105, 2015

Princess Diana

By |May 11th, 2015|Muses, Uncategorized|0 Comments

In the Middle of a dozen art and wine shows, my dear cousin “The Peoples’ Princess”, Diana, died.
The year was 1997.
I had my team cancel the rest of the years’ engagements as I was totally grief stricken.
Princess Diana was only a year and a half younger than I, and we both had creative, mischievous personalities. […]

1604, 2015

My Grandparents

By |April 16th, 2015|Muses|0 Comments

Three of my grandparents had an appreciation for fine art and were oil painters themselves.
My dads father passed away when I was 7 yrs old. And I only remember going to his home a dozen times or so. But he did show me some of his works. They were mostly landscapes of the british countryside […]