News Alert: Rock Music Art Originals Available to Purchase Exclusively Through Saatchi for the First Time!

I started the Rock Art Series back in July of 2012. I thought it'd take me no longer than a year to complete. How wrong I was! I am still busy with the 10 paintings I set out to create. You can read the WHOLE enticing, dramatic and emotionally provocative story HERE. I was going... Continue Reading →

The Resurrection of Muse — Rock Art Painting no. 7 Photographs

If you don't already know about this series of paintings to the best musicians ever — please check out the other works of art and how I subliminally came about them HERE. So far I've covered (with lashings of paint and canvas) Radiohead, The Beatles, Jeff Buckley, Pink Floyd, Skunk Anansie and Templeton. I've just... Continue Reading →

Rock Art Painting no. 6 — Templeton: The Photographic Process and Grand Reveal!

Last week I gave a sneak peek of this painting (you can read it HERE) — I'm now going to take you through the pictorial stages that led up to the finished piece. So, enough chit-chat — let's dive into it! 🙂 Well, there you have it! Afloat in a Torrent Without a Paddle The... Continue Reading →

A Sneak Pictorial Peek at Painting no. 6 in the Rock Art Series

The Collection that Stood the Test of Time After many moons, I have picked up paint brush and spray can and started painting no. 6 of my Rock Art Series (there are going to be 10 painting all told). If you want to recap on the grand adventure of subliminal painting to my favourite musicians... Continue Reading →

‘The Sound of Art’ Video Series Debut — Interviews, Live Music and a Special Guest from Paris (7 mins)

Mission Impossible Or should I say, mission I'm possible (as the daughter of my friend just discovered!).  I see you reading the title and asking yourself, 'all this in under 7 minutes?'. You'd better believe it! After much blood, sweat and tears over the past 2 weeks — the final cut is ready!  And all... Continue Reading →

Painting Pink Floyd — Soldiering Through the Minefield of Emotion

Avoidance and Pain "Sometimes our garbage makes the best fertilizer." I just want to express from the get go that this has been one of the most difficult paintings for me to bring into manifestation.  I started off this journey with hopeful optimism which soon turned into pain, anguish and avoidance.  I literally avoided my... Continue Reading →

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