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Homesick for a Handshake: Art in the Time of Coronavirus

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Originally posted on Global Health Diaries:
As each nation mobilizes its communities to combat COVID-19, a virus that knows no borders, the global community unites in solidarity. Our new series, titled “In the World With COVID-19,” features reflective perspectives on…

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Skyscapes, cloudscapes; mindscapes and byscapes; The stuff I dream into……

In all my travels and wandering there is one constant, one inspiration… The all encompassing African sky above me, here in Zimbabwe……. I’ve looked at clouds From both sides now…… From Up and Down….. And still somehow It’s clouds illusions … Continue reading

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Classic Blue and Lin Barrie Art; Pantone Colour of the Year for 2020

thinking ahead for the New Year, 2020…. What a dreamy colour- Classic Blue is the Pantone Colour of the year for 2020…night skies, meditation and dreams abound! and it is a colour I love painting with, as you can see … Continue reading

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Greenland Unicorns and the Magical Alicorn – The Public Domain Review

What is a Unicorn!? Personally I think it is related to a rhinoceros! “Monoceros”, is a mythical beast first described in Pliny the Elder’s Natural History as a creature with the head of a stag, tail of a boar, elephant’s … Continue reading

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Rembrandt@350 exhibition; Lin Barrie Art, Lions and Life Drawing!

Rembrandt@350 exhibition will be hosted by the Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands in Zimbabwe, and the National Galleries in Harare and Bulawayo.This year marks 350 years since the death of Rembrandt van Rijn, the most famous artist from … Continue reading

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Painted Wolf Wines; Wild Dogs and Wine Tastings Triumph at Chilo!

Painted Wolves, whether the wines or the animals, always get our attention at Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge! A weekend of wine tastings with Painted Wolf Wines and talks by the African Wildlife Conservation Fund, always creates enthusiasm. and no matter … Continue reading

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Skulls and Flowers; Life and Death in the Garden of Eden

Skulls have always fascinated me, and bones; we start dying from the minute we are created, a natural process not to be feared but embraced, truly the stuff of LIFE…. I collect skulls from the wilderness, and they sit amongst … Continue reading

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