All I need – Melissa McCraken

We see colours everyday, and actually we all have a different perception of what a particular colour looks like.  For example, I don't appreciate the colour yellow particularly, yet others can see the colour yellow totally differently to the way I see it.  So how would you feel if your brain translated sound into colour? [...]

Naiade – Roberto Ferri

Ferri, really is in my top ten artists. He hits a lot of marks for me, generally covering mythical creatures in the style of art masters, and exploring the darker side of the perception. His pictures are beautifully composed and on occasion serenely grotesque.The subject of this painting is the mythical creature the naiad. In [...]

The Hermitage – Russia

Back in May, I travelled through the Baltic, taking in the amazing sights that this trail offers. I'm going to start with St. Petersburg and then sneak a few blogs in here and there about the things I saw during this great holiday.The Hermitage... this is made up of 5 buildings, the main one being [...]

Expansion – Paige Bradley

We all feel confined at times, either from our own abilities, situations we are in, fear of the unknown, fear of the known...the list is endless.  Society dictates that we should all fit into neat little boxes which attain neat little labels, for example, I am a white, 30 something, hetrosexual female, I am a [...]

The Butterfly Ball – Genevieve Leavold

Beauty comes in many different forms.  From rolling landscapes to physical beauty, written word to natural phenomenons.  Leavold captures the beauty of movement in her oil on canvas piece of "The Butterfly ball". Central right you can see the vague image of a butterfly, the wings open to show the intricacies of its wings.  This [...]