On making dreams come true …. In Venice & Inverness

Posted by on May 11, 2014 in News and Updates, Perspectives, Travel | One Comment
On making dreams come true …. In Venice & Inverness

Imagine if all our wildest dreams come true. Is that then a life fulfilled? And as we travel fulfilling our own dreams do we also have a duty as caring human beings to help others live their dreams too? A few days ago my son and I took the morning train from Inverness to Kyle […]

Shared a room with a passionate man in Mayfair last week

Posted by on Feb 25, 2014 in Perspectives | No Comments
Shared a room with a passionate man in Mayfair last week

Thought that might get your attention.  It was a bit of a surprise to me too as I had not quite expected what I got.  Keep an open mind Shirley – who knows where this might lead. A whirlwind swept onto the stage and the audiences’ attention with it – I am guessing there were […]

So what makes a friend a friend?

Posted by on Feb 4, 2014 in Perspectives, Reviews | 3 Comments
So what makes a friend a friend?

  This has been on my mind a lot lately.   All of a sudden, people from both my distant and not so distant past are popping up.  There is a re-connection somehow.   Do you need to see a friend regularly to call them a friend?   A visit to the Rupertinium Gallery bang right in the middle […]

Impact & Incredible India

Posted by on Jan 27, 2014 in Perspectives, Travel | One Comment
Impact & Incredible India

Make dreams come true.  It’s one of the things I have strived to help others do in my own way throughout my career.  Recently though, I have been very fortunate to make a dream of my own come true.  As an artist I knew that the many colors of India would inspire many things.  I […]

New Years Resolution – Get Painting

Posted by on Jan 15, 2014 in Perspectives | No Comments
New Years Resolution – Get Painting

New Year Resolution – book self onto painting course.  Tick.  Done – and we’re only 12 days into January! There is something joyous in achieving what you set out to achieve.  A big tick in the ‘feel good factor’ box. Perhaps you, like me, want to master a craft.   That means continuous learning and experimenting […]

Time travel to Cote d’Azur – made easy Renoir Style

Posted by on Nov 8, 2013 in Perspectives, Reviews, Travel | No Comments
Time travel to Cote d’Azur – made easy Renoir Style

In a tiny cinema I sat full of anticipation.  How many times have I gazed into beautiful picture postcard images of the French Riviera or Cote d’Azur enticing viewers to spend time there?  Vogue, Conde Nast Travel and the whole range of magazines available at the hairdressers and my local café regularly feature this corner […]