I recently wrote about my sister. The one who has a gazillion ideas a second…. She once told me that one of her employees confessed to flinching every time she said “I’ve had an idea…” because they figured it would
Meet my sister, Vandy Massey. One of those people who has a gazillion ideas a minute. Her grasp of financial maths is amazing – Her spreadsheets are works of art and a wonder to me (the member of the family
I previously posted about my struggle to loosen up and throw paint around. It seems like I used to be able to go wild. Going through a stack of old work, I found these loose watercolour studies from an Art College assignment.
In my previous post I described the beginnings of this very satisfying project. Here is the final painting. The border was by far the most challenging and rewarding part of the project. In order to get a sketchy feel to
I was asked by Lapalala Wilderness School to create a map for display at the school. Their old one was created back in the year of the Rinderpest (or thereabouts) and was looking decidedly weather-worn. I would have a week in
Youth Day (June 16) and Mandela Day (July 18) this year were two days spent with the Heronbridge College community outreach programme, building a preschool in the Diepsloot informal settlement north of Johannesburg. The teacher at the preschool is a graduate
Part of the plan for this holiday was that my sister and I would have some time to paint together. I do people and animals. She is a dab hand at very loose watercolour landscapes. Problem! (for me) Her approach
Snow joking… this was done as a Christmas card. I scanned it in and printed it out, then cut it out. The longer than usual body was designed so you could put a z-fold into it and it would still
Actually, the person I am writing about is beautiful, talented, intelligent, has the most generous spirit and the quirkiest sense of humour, so of course when I have moments of self-doubt and stress it makes her just annoying (not really)!
The Secret of the Sacred Scarab author, Fiona Ingram has been taken on by a local book distributor and publisher. So further books in her series will be printed locally which will be so much better than doing it remotely.