Huh-what? #Hygge seems to be the trend word for ‘cosy-ness’ for 2017 and I find that quite charming. The concept as such is not new, it’s a modernised hedonistic approach to life, but it’s interesting to see how it has now surfaced through this ‘hug-sounding’ word and its Danish roots. It’s just the right time as well […]Read more "#Hygge"
With Christmas and New Year just round the corner, here is my list of the 10 best presents (that money can buy) according to me. I always think any gift should be special, personal and reflecting the character and preferences of the one it’s meant for. The mere fact of giving(gifting) is a about showing care […]Read more "Top 10 Christmas Presents"
Aren’t dreams supposed to be light, transparent, intangible? I have, even more in recent weeks, come to the realization that what actually dreams are made of is blood, sweat and tears. When a dream has a substance, when it wants to come to life it becomes heavy and hot like cast iron in your veins. It […]Read more "What Dreams are Made Of"
I met Neil Moore at my first ever art exhibit at the Town Hall in Leamington. When he handed me his business card I mistakenly thought the beautiful picture of a lady in a lake with lilies was was a photograph as it looked so stunningly real that I was shocked by the realisation it […]Read more "The Art of Neil Moore"
Scarlet had a secret. So deeply hidden she knew nothing about it. Scarlet had that piece of the Ice Queen’s mirror in her eye, it was hurting constantly, every day, every hour, but she could not see as it was too close: so deep that it had become part of her. Scarlet had only recently gained […]Read more "Scarlet’s hidden scars"
It’s easier said than done… I wrote the title of this post about a week ago and since then a lot has changed which made me realise even more how fragile those glimpses of euphoria are and how dependent on external factors our emotional balance is. It’s never late to take on a new adventure and […]Read more "Do more of what makes you happy"
One of the little paradoxes of time I find for myself is that you can only ‘keep’ it after you’ve spent it. The liquid veil of time shuts your eyes at night and leads you to a different universe, the forest of your subconscious. Often in my past I’ve felt like I’ve been ‘skipping steps’ and every […]Read more "Time-keeper"
Being one Saturday at my Ichtys exhibition at the East Lodge, LSA, I had the pleasure of getting to know the artist Bryan Kelly whose studio – ‘a little room of happiness and joy‘ (as described so well by one of his visitors) – is located at the same building at the end of Jephson Gardens. […]Read more "The Art of Bryan B Kelly"
One of the most challenging endeavors for both models and photographers is getting your work featured in fashion magazines. Where should you start from? 1.Make a list of magazines you would like to get featured in and send them individual, personalised e-mails. And make it big: the more, the merrier. This does NOT mean you have to compromise […]Read more "Getting Published"
‘I want the sun to shine through me, not on me.’ These words which I recall from a movie seem to be resonating in my mind reminiscenting the experience of the ‘Art in the Park‘ festival at which I was exhibiting as Marie Muller for a first time this year. It’s utterly overwhelming, these two days […]Read more "Sunshine piercing my soul"