Monthly Archives: April 2017

Invoking the Huntress – an Artistic Collaboration

Color me in Cyanide and Cherry

Greetings, everyone! Recently, I had the pleasure of collaborating with two wonderful ladies on a great and inspirational project. These two ladies are great bloggers, writers, creators and beings and are known as Aquileana and Resa around the blogosphere.

What was this project about? Resa makes gorgeous dresses, inspired by life, dreams, mythology and stories and she made a bedazzling dress inspired by the Greek Goddess of Moon and Hunt, Artemis.

Aquileana is, I dare say, famous, for her deep, thoughtful , informative and inspirational posts about everything mythology. Moved by Resa’s creation, she weaved a post about Artemis, whilst I was at the same time moved to pen my inspiration into poetry and art.

You can find Resa’s beautiful creation HERE

And Aquileana’s treasured tales and myths of Artemis, HERE

And here is my artwork and poem:

artemis*Artemis ; Mixed media, February 2017

Invoking the Huntress

The crescent beckons a…

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A tribute to Earth

Hi beauties! Enjoy this lovely post and have a nice day 🌸🌷🍀🌼🌹💚

House of Heart

Beneath your soil lies the remains of dreams.  Crystalline bodies sail bravely across your skies. You are an eternal contradiction of stormy nights and saffron days. 

Saffron Days

A handmade fence

runs  along your  dappled fields,

golden meadows and verdant grasses,

kaleidoscopes of spanning forest.

Bejeweled gardens hang behind walls

festoons of Ivy and  stained glass monarchs,

the sparkling wings of honey bees.

A doe laps from a crystal spring,

that spills across rustic symmetry

to rivers and springs and a rushing sea

whose sparkling foam infused with life

breaks and rises to your warm embrace.

The man on the shore sits silently,

lost to the wonder of your poetry.


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Saints’ day. Mark

By Rubliov, Andréi – A depiction of St Mark the evangelist while he was writing. 14th century


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Words and thoughts. Thoughts and words.

Jackie G Mills has made an amazing and lovely depiction about thoughts and words. So great.

Jackie G Mills

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Saints’ day. George, also Georges, Giorgio, Jürgen, Jørgen, Jorge, Jordi, Georgia, Georgina, Georgette, Georgetta, Gogo and Jordina

Hi sisters, today the streets of Barcelona are full of florists and also of books sellers like every year during this celebration, here also known as’The Rosa’s Day’ or ‘St Jordi’s Day’. Thanks so much for your visits.
Dear Екатерина, I know this work by Vrubel, thanks to you. Спасибо люблю!

By Vrubel, Mikhail Aleksandrovich – The rose

By Raphael – A depiction of St. George with his sword fighting against the dragon

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Sunday Girl

Hi Sisters, today I feel lucky to have discovered this huge artist, she is Sunniva Krystle. Congrats, dear !

My Eyes Seek Pleasure

Sunday Sunday

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Vegetable Puff

🌸🌼🌺HI SISTERS! SABITHA VANTALU is a follower and also a great Artist. Her blog has true masterpieces. So my friend, thank you, and congrats for your recipes. 💙🍴😉

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I’m Sabitha’s brother, VASU. Just wanted to share some of my recipes on my sister’s food blog. Hope you enjoy them.

These yummy vegetable puffs stuffed with fresh vegetables are my wife’s favorite afternoon snack. We had some fresh veggies in the pantry today so it’s time to get cooking some lovely puffs. Cooking at home is always about experimentation so feel free to change up on the veggies to whatever you have or to something you like. You just cannot go wrong with these yummy delights.

Vegetable Puff

Cooking Time: 30 min
Serves : 3 people

Ingredients:Ingredients for Vegetable Puff

  1. 10″ Pastry Sheet – stored at room temperature
  2. 1/2 tbsp Cumin seeds
  3. 2 chilies – cut into small pieces
  4. 1 medium size carrot – cut into small pieces
  5. 1 cup peas
  6. 1/2 cup beans – cut into small pieces
  7. 1 medium size potato cut into small pieces
  8. 1/4 bunch cilantro – finely…

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