Sometimes you just need a short break to soak up a new culture and discover a new place. I try to escape at least once a year, in fact my savings are intended for this purpose, whether with friends or family, I always find time to explore alone. My favourite places so far have been … Continue reading My favourite city breaks.
If you pay attention you might have realized that one of the collections I showed you in a bullet-journal post (here or here) was a 35 things to do by 35. Did I accomplish anything from this list this year? Yes I tried NaNoWriMo for the first time this year, I managed to write over … Continue reading 35 things to do by 35: update
I am thirty years old today, whoop! So to celebrate I thought I would share the 30 must important (to me) philosophical lessons I have learnt. Not everyone is going to like you You are not going to like everyone You don't have to be all of one thing It's OK to let yourself feel … Continue reading 30 Things I Have Learned At 30
My favourite artists in no particular order. Salvador Dali Salvador Dali, The Persistence of Memory. 1931 Gustav Klimt Gustav Klimt, Portrait of Adele Bloch Bauer I. 1907 Leonardo da Vinci Leonardo da Vinci, Study of Horse. 1492 Ana Mendieta Ana Mendieta, Silueta series Georgia O'Keefe Georgia O'Keefe, Flower of Life II. 1925 Jenny Saville Jenny Saville, Reverse. … Continue reading Favourite Artists Part One
Epithets are other names that a god is known by due to regions they were worshipped or/and divine associations. The Hellenic Theoi (Greek Gods) have many epithets except for Hestia who due to information about her cults being lost means she has no known epithets; the info we know is that she is a daughter … Continue reading Epithets
Here is an art essay for you which explains the concept of the sublime and whether it is relevant in contemporary art society, as always comment and like. In order to determine if the term sublime is relevant in contemporary art I am going to examine four artists who work with different mediums in contemporary … Continue reading The Sublime and its relevance in Contemporary Art
Meaning it is calculated by the phases of the moon and each month is approximately thirty days long. Most of the days of the month are dedicated to a certain God or task, which tells us that the ancient Greeks were consistently worshipping and performing rituals within the household as well as outside as a … Continue reading The Hellenic Calendar is a Looney One