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Some recent reflections

Life has been pretty busy for me lately which will come as no surprise to those of you who have read a few of my posts! I keep taking on new projects and beefing up existing ones because I want to make the most of my time and talents while my mind is still sharp ( well…semi-sharp!) and my limbs can do as they’re told. I was slowed down this week as my Mum was unwell and I spent a few nights at her place with no internet connection and a lot of quiet time to reflect. Here are some of those reflections…

Reflections. Pastel on paper.

Often I can’t see the whole picture and I build up “truths” from the broken fragments I can see. Maybe I should be a little less sure of my view of the world and a little more willing to consider someone elses “truth”.

Red rock river. Mixed media on paper.

Rock is a solid substance yet sometimes it seems to flow like this river of rock on the Mt Carmel highway. Even those people who seem to have their lives and views set in stone can have a vulnerable, kinder side if I take the time to get to know them.

The Wave. Mixed media on canvas panel.

Water is beautiful, refreshing and restful but it can also be a force that can sweep you off your feet. People have many sides – I should be grateful for their complexity .

Evening Glow. Pastel on sanded paper.

The evening glow is a lovely, but maybe it’s not so lovely for some of the older people we know and they need some help to enjoy it, to feel safe and protected so they can have an opportunity to reflect on their lives and share their wisdom.

Sailing on the Ariel. SOLD

It’s not always smooth sailing. Enjoy it while you can!

Snorkeling in Sicily SOLD

Don’t forget to look below the surface! There are some beautiful hidden treasures I will miss if I don’t dive a bit deeper

Fraser Island memories. SOLD

Memories are precious. Share them before I forget them!

What have you been reflecting on lately?

Some recent reflections