When I begin a painting, I've already created it in my mind. The painting is complete and hanging on my wall. This is what imagination is. It's tapping into the universal mind, or spirit, and visualising what already exists in essence, and then bringing it into the physical plane.Read More
Ever since I can remember, I’ve associated letters, numbers and words with colours. For example, the letter “A” is red (and so is the name Anne). Sometimes the word is coloured by the first letter, but not always. For example “F” is a dark green, but February is a light blue. I thought this was “normal” and that everyone’s words were colours. Until I was a little older and began asking others what colours their letters or words were…Read More
I love nature. I need nature.
I was thinking this as I hummed along to myself, walking through the woods and listening to the sound of the wind through the tree tops and the multitude of birds singing… In that moment, nothing else really mattered...
The Old Woman took Rose deep into the forest where there stood an enormous tree. Under the tree, beneath the roots, was a door to a long, deep tunnel. In they went and down, down, down, until they came to a small clearing on the earthen floor...Read More
Beginning a new dream is like walking into a forest without a clear path.
You have a destination in mind but you don't know what you will encounter along the way. You trust its unfoldment as you venture into the unknown...Read More
I like to figure things out for myself, and it isn’t always the easy route...
I may have a destination in mind, but the path is not always clear.
Sometimes I get lost and have to retrace my steps... but then I just keep on going.
I’m driven by a sense of discovery and adventure.
I’ll say to myself ~ What if?...
'Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.' ~ Emerson
I’m creating my own path... It is unique to me.
No, it isn’t always easy... but then, the greater the challenge, the greater the reward...
‘Your work is to discover your work, and then with all your heart, to give yourself up to it.’ ~ Gautama Buddha