Monthly Archives: February 2021

Dancing with my shadow, Dancing with my totem; Dancing alone….’

Dancing with my shadow, Dancing with my totem, Dancing alone….’ Painting by Lin Barrie… Dancing with my shadow, Dancing with my totem, Dancing alone is acrylic on canvas board, framed with Pod mahogany, size 4 x 3 feet. It was … Continue reading

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Brave Ground and Baobab Pink; Colour is a Cure for Covid Constipation

Let’s go on a virtual Baobab safari.. a colour adventure… Like me, you must be covid-constipated! …tired of upheavals, lack of travel and covid concerns, let’s be adventurous, explore the world around us through online and virtual safaris! So..Break Brave … Continue reading

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Mosi Oa Tunya Literary Review; African Art and African Writing

The Smoke That THUNDERS!!! MOSI OA TUNYA LITERARY REVIEW I am honoured to be included in the first multi-lingual, pan-African, online literary magazine from Zimbabwe!— Read on Read Africa’s latest poetry and stories, view my art….

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