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Ragnarok/Twilight of the Gods

  Two ravens (Odin’s eyes and ears). One perished in humanity’s maelstrom the other, now broken and blind. Odin’s Raven clutches the Rhinegold. She cannot tell him the hills, they are moving, alive – no,  they are afire, like Brunhilde’s … Continue reading

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Circe

Circe, acrylic on panel, 96 x 127 cm, 2015 I. On my island I weave I study the plants, the animals, the wind, the waves. They call it magic, I say it’s science They call me a witch, I say … Continue reading

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Sakartvelo Anahata

“I am so excited, I can’t commit to anything, but it can be anything. It will be uniquely mine. If I was at home, what would I paint next? I had worked with the senses: scent, hearing, taste, thinking; I’d … Continue reading

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From Crossings to Paint for Georgia

The genesis of Paint for Georgia (an annual International painting festival held in Mtskheta, Georgia, was in Klaipeda, Lithuania, in 2012. “Isroildzon Baroti and Ieva Vedeikaite of Baroti Gallery created CROSSINGS, an international art project that used the concept of … Continue reading

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Midnight Flight to Georgia

I’m in Mtskheta, Georgia to participate in an international art festival called “Paint for Georgia”. As soon as I was accepted, I realised I knew nothing about the country. I chose this first photo because I soon learned that Georgia … Continue reading

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Genius Locii

Acrylic on Canvas, 16 x 20 2014 The Human Brain. Avebury Henge. These ancient sites are inhabited by Genius Locii: Protective Spirits. Prominent stones, barrows, lobes were later named after the Christian devil to discredit the significance of the spiritual … Continue reading

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H(EAR) I am.

Welcome to the inaugural post of my new art blog! I thought I would start things off by telling you a little about the image I have chosen to represent this page, and about my working process.  This work is … Continue reading

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