Tag: Fly Your Kite

New Year…Great!?

New Year…Great!?

I love Christmas! I’m sure you are thinking, good for you, it’s over, move on. The reason I am telling you I love Christmas is to premise the fact I have finally reached the conclusion, I don’t love New Year. There is so much pressure […]

Other Voices – Creativity in Co Kerry

Other Voices – Creativity in Co Kerry

Every year, I say I will go, and every year I don’t. 2016 was to be different. In July, my little sis said we had talked about this enough, she was booking a house in Dingle and we were all going to Other Voices. Gosh, […]

Art on Fabric

Art on Fabric

I love original things in my home and I really love design and pattern. If I love these things, I am hoping lots of other people do too!

SF MOMA…Come with an Open Mind & Leave With So Much More

SF MOMA…Come with an Open Mind & Leave With So Much More

It has been a pretty hectic September for me so far, with lots going on. I am just back from San Francisco. It was one of those once in a lifetime things where Ken was going on business, I offered to carry his bags, and he […]

Goodbye My Pretties…

Goodbye My Pretties…

This is just a very short post to show you two pieces I waved goodbye to this week. Both are off to enjoy life somewhere away from me and I wish them every happiness in their new homes 🙂

Electric Picnic…My Top 10 Highlights

Electric Picnic…My Top 10 Highlights

I think it is fair to say that Electric Picnic is my favourite weekend of the summer! It is sad when it arrives as it means summer is over but it is one hell of a way to say goodbye for another year. The music […]

10 Things I Learned at the VAI Get Together

10 Things I Learned at the VAI Get Together

The VAI are the representative body for professional artists in Ireland. You can read all about their work here.

Van Gogh…On the verge of insanity

Van Gogh…On the verge of insanity

Everybody seems to love Vincent Van Gogh. Last weekend I was lucky enough to get to Amsterdam for a few days and anyone I mentioned I was going too, made sure I had plans to go to the Van Gogh Museum.

From Sex & The City NYC to Rathmines

From Sex & The City NYC to Rathmines

The first time I encountered performance art was in an episode of Sex & The City, when Carrie goes to Chelsea to see a woman not talking or eating for 16 days.

Running for sanity, not vanity!

Running for sanity, not vanity!

I think we all have a little ‘friend’ who drives us demented with self doubt, confidence lows and general feelings of panic and this is my buddy….