Thursday, 28 June 2012

Lost in Space

Acrylic on canvas, 2011, 15" x 8".

The journey is confusing, filled with opportunities to go wrong. I wasn't sure where I needed to be. I likened the journey to being lost in space, not knowing which planet to land on. But hopefully one day I will know.


  1. And when you find the right planet to land on, may that planet be a place where no judgement is passed and positive possibilities become reality.
    Take care, my friend.

  2. Keep strong and you will find your perfect place to land.

  3. Thank you both for your positive comments.

    Indeed I do hope that we can come to a place of no judgement. I like to think that my perhaps rather unusual life experiences make me more interesting, and shouldn't be a reason for others to judge me.

    It is definitely important to stay strong through the journey, and that is something I certainly intend to do.

    Thank you again.