When I began making paper cutouts in 2005, I decided that digital tools should be an integral component in my creative process because of my education and interest in digital media. I want my work to involve both technology and handcraftsmanship. But I only use the computer to make templates a visual and positioning guide for the cutouts.
See what flowering in our garden and what coming next. Lettuce and spinach can handle the heat of summer. Find out what other leafy greens don mind it at all. The dance of the dragonThe dragon dance is a very intricate and complicated performance. It requires the perfect coordination and synchronization of a team of performance stretching for 30 meters (100 feet). The dance is led by a person wielding a pole topped with a big “pearl” called “the pearl of wisdom”.
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The big decision when planning a holiday to St Lucia is whether to base yourself in the north or the south of the island. The north, which includes the capital Castries (no great shakes) and Rodney Bay Village resort, is busier and more developed, but has better beaches and a far greater choice of restaurants and bars. The south, and specifically the south west where the Pitons are located, is much more scenic and tranquil and has the bulk of the island’s most special places to stay, but here the beaches are mostly of dark volcanic sand.
I turned to see a man in a white raincoat, clutching a gin and tonic. He had recognised me from a radio interview I’d done with him some weeks earlier. Now he had a dilemma. However, whilst these words appear to be directed to the men who have darkened counsel by words, to the men who have misrepresented God in their attempts to be humble; God’s questions are most fitting if they are posited against the enemy, the Satan. Just as if God is speaking to the prince of Tyre in Ezekiel 28, or the Day Star, son of Dawn, the king of Babylon in Isaiah 14: WHO is this enemy? Did he lay the foundation of the earth? Where was he when the morning stars sang together and all the sons of God shouted for joy? God’s accusation is that of the enemy’s lack of wisdom and knowledge. “You know, for you were born then, and the number of your days is great!” fitting words of irony against the prince who so heavily relied on his wisdom and understanding (Ezekiel 28:4).