Category Archives: re-cycled products

Elephants and orphans, Painted and Real…

I am tickled to have been part for a “One by One” initiative with Kikis Gallery, for elephant awareness….painting three dimensions is fun and inspiring, especially when painting a baby elephant! John Kotze, fellow artist, produced this funky elephant who … Continue reading

Posted in abstract art, Africa, African child, african wildlife, animal rights, anti poaching, art, art collaboration, art exhibition, conservation, conservation education, conservation news, education, elephants, endangered species, Lin Barrie Art, re-cycled art, re-cycled products, recycled art, Trash, Uncategorized, zimbabwe | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Bringing the Outside In; Greenery and landscape inspires me this month…

Bringing the outside in…my paintings currently are reflecting the landscapes around me, pulling the feeling of being outdoors inside… and I am tickled that current decor trends embrace this greenery theme…Strelitzias being very prominent! We have seen water water everywhere … Continue reading

Posted in adventure travel, Africa, African flora, African wild dogs, african wildlife, aloes, art, art collaboration, art exhibition, beauty, boutique hotels, bush camps, City Life, cityscape art, cooking, crafts, culture, eco-tourism, education, exotic wedding, fashion, flowers, food, food culture, gardens, gardens and flowers, Industry Girls Network, interior decor, interior design, landscape, Lin Barrie Art, Lin Barrie publication, lowveld, media, Painted Wolf Wines, photography, re-cycled products, recycled art, serenity, spa, taste, travel, wine, zimbabwe | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

I LOVE canvas of course, but Alternative things to paint on excite me…!

I LOVE canvas of course, and although I will always enjoy using  my stretched, bouncy canvas as a base for my paintings……. I am excited by all the other applications my art can be pushed to…. such as the T … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, African child, African wild dogs, african wildlife, animal rights, art, art collaboration, art exhibition, art on clothes, beauty, bio diversity, birds, childrens art, cityscape art, community conservation, conservation, conservation education, conservation news, conservation publication, culture, dustbin art, eco-tourism, education, fashion, Fashion Art Institute, fashion magazine, FashionArt, interior decor, landscape, media, re-cycled products, recycled art, Trash, wall art, wall murals, Waste no Waste, wetlands | Tagged | Leave a comment

Burnt Wood, Fallen Branches and Old Frames Into Something New

I have always been fascinated with the possibilities of re cycling objects, melting histories and creating something new and unique from a combination of older stories…. I had a house fire- kept the charred stairs… and hardwood lintels scarred with … Continue reading

Posted in art, art collaboration, art exhibition, beauty, bio diversity, conservation, fire, interior design, landscape, Lin Barrie Art, re-cycled products, recycled art, Uncategorized, wilderness, wood sculpture | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Mahenye Charitable Trust and Changana Culture; beading and beautiful ladies…

The Changana ladies at Chief Mahenye’s village have a strong tradition of beading…. Look at these deeply gathered skirts that they embellish with numerous seed beads… Some of my personal necklaces, bought from these talented ladies… NOTE: excerpt from my … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, art, art exhibition, beauty, Chilo Gorge, crafts, culture, dance, eco-tourism, education, family, fashion, fashion magazine, gonarezhou national park, great limpopo transfrontier conservation Area, Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park, homegrown, jewellery, Machangana culture, re-cycled products, theatre, zimbabwe | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

The Pallet Wood Christmas Tree and the Art Studio re-invented…..

At last! After the house fire,  my Art studio (214 Brooke Drive in Borrowdale Brooke Estate) is repainted, the Living area rebuilt, and paintings are hanging again for viewing! The garden has recovered from the invasion of builders and  under Dad’s … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, African flora, African wild dogs, african wildlife, art, Australia, beauty, Black rhinos, books, childrens art, christmas, conservation, conservation news, conservation publication, cooking, crafts, dogs, Duke of Cambridge, eco-tourism, education, family, fire, flowers, food, food culture, gardens, gardens and flowers, gonarezhou national park, home grown food, homegrown, interior decor, interior design, Lin Barrie Art, love, media, Painted Dogs, painted wolves, Poaching, Prince William, re-cycled products, rhinos, safari, Save Valley Conservancy, Senuko, slow food, taste, Tusk Trust, Uncategorized, White rhinos, zimbabwe | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments