I met Roger at my first ‘Art In The Park’ festival in Leamington Spa. We were stand neighbours and I was very impressed by the mastery of his works and the characters he chooses to display in his compositions. I’ve recently asked him if he’d give an interview for my blog and he agreed. I […]Read more "I paint to get a reaction – Interview with artist Roger Chamley"
I was walking on the street one day, with a backpack pull of pinecones, and I was feeling like it was full of gold! It was the biggest, warmest inner smile filling my inner being with lightness. I’ve been doing a lot of walking this year, especially after in February I doubled my steps count […]Read more "Pack full of pinecones"
Your everyday-scapes are your magic escapes, your extra realities in your home environment. Surround yourself with beautiful things, with meaningful things, and you will see your inner home of the soul filled with lightness and warmth. I believe that the living space affects your mindset and can often even have the power to paint the […]Read more "Everyday-scapes"
You never get the sense of time running out so badly than when things are standing still. It’s a very anxious feeling. Of things that you could or should or would be doing. Of all those projects that are not happening. This should have been a very productive art year for me. I mean, I’ve […]Read more "The subtle art of feeling Zen…"
Sometimes life is like a theatre play that you look forward to seeing but when you arrive at the venue you realise you’ve mistakenly booked the wrong performance. You do feel devastated but you still get in, sit quietly in the dark waiting for it to start; expecting to be frustrated. However, it turns out […]Read more "The World Out There"