Sorrel Sky Gallery artist Patsy Davis first discovered scratchboard in the 80s but it wasn’t until 2013 that she started to truly focus on this art form. For the last 4-5 years, it has been her medium of choice, and the level of detail she achieves is astounding. In her words, “I can get as fine … More Made For Fur & Feathers
We need art. Why? Here are 5 reasons. … More We Need Art – Five Reasons Why
Captivating man’s imagination throughout history, this beautiful semi-precious stone has played a great role in trade, art, and jewelry for centuries. SYMBOLISM – As a talisman, turquoise has found usage in nearly every culture. Some believe that turquoise has the ability to provide both mental and physical healing. Others revere it for spiritual powers, looking … More Turquoise – A Walk With Beauty
“Do I dare to eat a peach?” – The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, by T. S. Eliot Peaches. Pears. Apples. Acorns. Oranges. Pomegranates. Emblems of luck, prosperity, luxury, youth, inner peace, affection.
PEARL SYMBOLISM Valued as gemstones and objects of beauty for centuries, the pearl has become a metaphor for something rare, exceptional, exquisite and precious. Since ancient times, the pearl has been seen as the symbol of unblemished perfection, purity, and innocence, of wisdom acquired through experience. It’s even been said that the pearl expresses the purity, generosity, integrity, and … More Pearls. Pearls. Pearls.
SMALL WORKS OF ART AWAKEN INTEREST AND CREATE IMPACT SMALL ART DOES NOT MEAN SMALL IMPACT A small flower nestled amongst the larger rocks and shrubs may possibly be the prettiest example of beauty in the entire garden. Small works of art are like that small flower, surprising us and awakening our interest, creating impact … More Collecting Small Art. An Art In Itself.