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…"
Had to google the word ‘thankfulness’ to check if I didn’t just made it up. I never heard of it being used in conversation, I’m more familiar with the word ‘gratitude’ but the sound of ‘thank-ful-ness’ is so much closer tho what I want to express right now. It’s because I feel it resembles by […]Read more "Thankfulness"
As we head into a second national lockdown and the days are shorter, darker and colder, I can not ignore the feeling of having this dark shadow upon us and the need to find hope, strength and things to look forward to. There is one tricky bit about getting help from organisations whose mission is […]Read more "Heaven Upside Down"
I wrote this last week, but just only got around to publishing it: Do you ever find yourself in a quandary? All of a sudden you become listless to all those little everyday rituals you used to enjoy… Do you find that your ‘to-do’ lists keeps adding things on and the only short satisfaction that […]Read more "Apple Moths in a Quandary"
‘I want the sun to shine through me, not on me.’ These words which I recall from a movie seem to be resonating in my mind reminiscenting the experience of the ‘Art in the Park‘ festival at which I was exhibiting as Marie Muller for a first time this year. It’s utterly overwhelming, these two days […]Read more "Sunshine piercing my soul"
We have seen numerous ‘zombie’ caricatures of the moden day people with mobile phones stuck to their hands, their souls leaking into the little light boxes and leaving them listless to the ‘real life’ happening around. Perhaps there is some extend of truth in this but I am willing to look on the bright side […]Read more "Why #selfies are good"