I’m going to quote Brene Brown – “Shame is the most powerful emotion. It’s the fear that we are not good enough”
Reading this was hard. It had the same effect as rubbing salt into a wound. This hurt, really hurt.
I am the forever saying-sorry-person. When, or should I say, if I can get out of the house, I change my clothes at least three times. Because no matter what outfit I put on I still feel ashamed. I don’t start a conversation with anybody because I always feel such a bore. I follow my husband around like a sick puppy. And at conversations I nod like a monkey that gets a penny. I am so ashamed of myself its even hard for me to say it out loud because of what you might think of me.
In 2016 I got asked to participate in an exhibition with an auction all for a good cause. We all know the saying ‘an apple a day keep the doctor away’ This phrase was the signal for my brain to start working. Read More »
This image was made after I was daydreaming I guess. I literally got the picture in mind. Next step was to figure out how I was going to make it. I needed to get the perspective of the model right to make it believable. So I asked the model if she would mind to pose and a high chair, on one leg with the other leg balancing on a rope. Read More »
Have you ever had the blues, or felt green with envy, or been so angry you saw red?
Or maybe you’ve been tickled pink by a golden opportunity that came out of the blue? Color plays such an integral role in our lives that it even shapes the way we describe our moods.
The way different cultures see and describe the meaning of color varies dramatically around the world.