Category Archives: Daily Life
Long way to go for gender equality and yet 100 years since Women given the right to vote. Enough with your phallic, capitalist, gun and violence toting hypocrisy and rule ye mankind. Stop the war. Compassion and empathy are key to survival. Not oneupmanship and deviant, snakey, denial of deceptive, sly behaviour. Enough is enough. Play fair or we all die. Ignorance is far from bliss. Get a grip #boys Continue reading
Hacked off full stop. Apocalypse domesticus. Business ruinous. Slags nil. Pricks nil. Human consciousness growth lagging. A real techno to do about everything. Get a grip, it is shit. Breeders everywhere without a care. Get on or get out the … Continue reading
The Internet Belongs to Everyone – Global Anonymous march to protect the greatest tool of free speech ever invented
The Internet is the greatest tool of free speech ever created that gave voice to billions of people along with power to bring down regimes, a member of the Anonymous movement told RT, adding that such power terrifies governments around … Continue reading
Let’s Play Peace Daddy – Anti-war art by Jacqueline Hammond Continue reading
Would you like an unhappy meal or just a double cheeseburger? Continue reading
I dream of giving birth to a child who will ask, ‘Mother, what was war?’ Continue reading
All artists, namely painters should read this and consider what the potential ban on cadmium pigments means and contact the ECHA. I will be hastily writing to them as other yellows do not cut the mustard like cadmium yellow. The ban will be considered next month so act now to save cadmium paints. I’m going to stock up now!
If you would like to comment on this proposed change, please visit http://www.echa.europa.eu/restrictions-under-consideration. Continue reading
The Signification of the Poppy’ series began with a painting created for a web based competition in 2007 – ‘Seeking Picasso’ in which I was a finalist.
In week 3 the theme was ‘A Troubled World’ and the painting I produced was inspired by the situation in Afghanistan at the time and the metaphor of the poppy and its association with war.
Here are some images of the preliminary work behind the piece: Continue reading