Art and Photography

Finding Mother: Anaïs Nin

My love for Anaïs has been with me for many years. When I was a teenager I had heard of her but living in a small town with no good bookshops or a comprehensive library meant I never found her on the bookshelves. In my early twenties it was then I began collecting her work […]

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Romance Is Undead: Only Lovers Left Alive

It may seem a little late (or is that early) for Valentine’s day but who says that Halloween can’t be a romantic time of year? If you haven’t seen it already then I suggest you purchase a copy of Only Lovers Left Alive written and directed by Jim Jarmusch. Before I had actually seen it, […]

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Documentary – David Lynch: The Art Life

  David Lynch certainly does dip his toe in many waters. His mind seems creatively disturbed, beautiful, wonderful and sharp; one would think his life has been somewhat dark to produce such a body of work. This documentary will bring more light to this and help us to delve deeper into the psyche of such […]

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The Thinking Person’s TV: Twin Peaks 2017

On-Demand box sets and Netflix have improved the quality of television somewhat. We aren’t bound to soap operas or films; we have something in-between that is addictive, obsessive and a lot more cinematic than TV has ever been before. The new season of Twin Peaks has certainly shown the world how you can create a […]

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Gaea: A Pagan Photographic Project by Ellie Smart

“Gaea – The Great Goddess. The spirits, deities and elements are part of her as is everything that lives on the planet. I believe that all life is sacred and that my needs are never of greater nor lesser importance than the needs of any other living being, either animal or plant.” – Janet Bliss […]

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