When it comes to art/photography, dialogue can be perceived as a consensual interaction between two images.
We all know how much technology has changed the way we do things, but the other day I was thinking specifically about the print industry. How e-books, online magazines and news sites have almost taken over from their paper counterparts, … Continued
Jumbo the Elephant (1860 – 1885) was exported from Sudan, where he was born, to a zoo in Paris and then in 1865 transferred to the London Zoo in England. He was dearly loved, especially by the children who had … Continued
When I looked at the time time today, as I am always feeling like there are never enough hours in the day, it dawned on me that the only time which really matters is the present moment. If you have … Continued
I created this artwork back in 2013, inspired by the full moon, which was also a Blue Moon and yesterday again we had another Blue Moon. The term Blue Moon was originally assigned to the third full moon in a four … Continued
As we all know poppies are the symbol of remembrance of the First World War. In 1921 artificial poppies were first sold in Britain to raise funds for ex-servicemen and the families of those who had died serving their country. … Continued