10/10/2020

VISUAL DELIGHTS: MEMORIES & MEDICINE

Lately I've been taking a healthy heap of inspiration from the past, perhaps because to look forward seems so uncertain. Like most, I've been holding my home close to my heart and finding renewed appreciation in the richness of my local region. Possibly due to the pandemic, or potentially as I've been exploring different career and educational paths, I've found myself rather fascinated by medical history. I've always been someone who balances the line between art and science, so anatomical drawings satisfy all areas of my curiosity.


30/09/2020

AUTUMN 'BUCKET' LIST

We've switched over to our thick, warm bedsheets, and my alarm has begun rousing me to dark, chilly mornings. I've been wrapped in chunky cardigans and drinking entirely too much hot cocoa (if such a thing exists). Everyone's autumnal content has me daydreaming about my upcoming annual leave and spending it enjoying crisp leaves and crisp air. I've seen a few autumn 'bucket' lists full of simply beautiful ways to spend the season, so of course, I had to put together my own. 

20/09/2020

MABON PLAYLIST 2020

The leaves become crisp and we pull our blankets tighter around us as the Autumn Equinox approaches. A balance is struck briefly between light and dark, before the night wins and evenings grow darker. It's time for Mabon, the second harvest, to give thanks for what we've been given this year, and to prepare for the colder months.