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Exploring Life through Art

The Genesis

So the painting you see, is not one of my works. It belongs to Tracy-Ann Marrison. She has amazing pieces of art; this one goes by the name “New Beginnings”. You should go see for yourself at (http://www.tracyannmarrison.co.uk/). One thing […]

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Life – just a Chrome game!

Did you know if you were using Google Chrome and your connection suddenly failed you could still play a game? Yeah, me too! I learned of that a few weeks ago. Try loading a page without a connection and when […]

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First Nomination Ever!

Rules 1.You have to thank the person who nominated you for this award and provide a link to their blog. 2.Nominate at least 10 bloggers of your choice. 3.link the nominees and inform them about their nomination. 4.share 7 facts […]

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Worth the Cost

Guess what, good people! I am alive! =) So for those who don’t know, I got involved in an accident last week, during a hockey match. Long story short, a hockey stick got slammed to my face. Like, OUCH. It […]

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Bunt

*Bunt; German word for ‘colorful‘ The Master Artist painted the earth and all its creatures in such a way that you can never get bored of staring into space. From our immediate surroundings of  different hues of green, and varying […]

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Just Do It!

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure“. I have always looked upon these lines written by Marianne Williamson as some form of a boost to getting out of […]

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Musicality

Being the first of my kind, let’s have a little “laugh”, shall we? I personally found what I’m about to say quite fascinating. Funny or ridiculous though it be, it’s really cool! Music is an art of its own kind. […]

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True Beau'(ty)

Diary Entry; Dated 17/08/2016 “So during our worship service today, the Kajiado girls presented a song in their mother tongue, Maasai, I suppose. One thing for sure is that I really did not understand the lyrics to the song, however, […]

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Notes on a Door

As a study, I did one of John Lovett‘s buildings in water color. His piece goes by the name “Notes on a Door” (you should check out the actual piece. It’s bolder); inspired by a doorway to an ancient church […]

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EmotiFace?

EmotiFace? Well, I like making up my own words. The painting you’re looking at was one of my first water color attempts – an experiment, rather – done earlier this year. I cannot say it was an amazing piece, but it […]

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