I’ve visited Vienna four times and each time the experience gets better. A city rich in culture it is the venue for 1,500 classical music events a year. And what can I say about its over 100 museums, live theatres and opera houses other then fantastic.
Archives for July 2014
For as long as I can remember, I have been absolutely enamoured by colours. I adore the spectrum of hues, the tints and shades of each and the vibrancy, as well as intensity, they can possess. After years of careful editing and much experimentation, my attraction to colour has blossomed into a style I’ve titled, Chaos Of Colour.
I was blow drying my hair hoping not to pop a fuse. The light was terrible. Over the toilet, a yellowed note listed what not to flush into the septic system. I turned off the blow-dryer. I decided that I was done with it, done with hair.
I see myself as an observer of a city’s different identities that have been built and rebuilt over the centuries. Decay, erasure, reconstruction and building take place at the same time: I usually use painting to explore the city’s evolution and add my own experience to the context.
A Life As A Human Interview: Project Village aims to support underprivileged women in Toronto using the love of bracelets, because being kind is always in fashion.
I have a love for abandoned houses and other slightly melancholy places, and I frequently use them as locations in many of my photos. By using discarded decorative flowers that once sat on graves in a local cemetery, I made small bouquets that I then arranged in various areas around the house.
The lives of our dogs are full of patterns. When to eat, when to sleep, when to play ball, and when to respond to our cues. These are all patterns that our dogs learn. You might be surprised to learn that your dog may be learning something different than you are teaching. In fact, you may be teaching your dog something different from what you THINK you are teaching!
Shifting my eyes, suddenly all I saw was crow – a very large one, perched atop a tree across the street.
I forgot my class for a little while.
The beauty industry is a multi-billion dollar business. By setting the trends of beauty, it shapes and defines the culture of beauty itself. While I was growing up looking at magazines, movies, TV shows and ads, beauty was identified as someone who had big eyes, was tall, blond and Caucasian. So how does a dark haired, slanty eyed, not-so-tall Asian even compare in the beauty market?!?
Lose yourself on an exotic island where the sound of the surf lulls you to sleep, ocean breezes cleanse the senses and worries and cares seem a million miles away.