Images to help you relax and reflect.
Remembrance Day 2022: Reflecting on the Kokoda Trail Campaign 80 years on with Rowdy Wylie
Naive painter Rowdy Wylie from Port Elliot South Australia produces a painting each year for ANZAC DAY (25 April) and REMEMBRANCE DAY (11 Nov). This year he remembers and reflects on the war 1942-1945 in Papua and New Guinea.
Papua and New Guinea Campaign 1942 Part Two
Our "Remembrance" post today is dedicated to those brave men who fought in Papua & New Guinea -especially those involved in the "Kokoda Trail Campaign". We thank you & the many nurses who looked after the injured - may you all "Rest in Peace" knowing that your sacrifice saved your country.
Image Challenge No 1
A new feature for the AnArt4Life blog is "Image Challenge" where you will be shown one image to challenge, inspire, provoke, amuse... and to give us an excuse to showcase some amazing images. Today Melbourne photographer Colin Morris likes to provoke so he is the perfect choice to get us rolling.
Mothers, Grandmothers, Aunts, Sisters, Godmothers, Friends: Thank you
Gustav Klimt's "Mother and Child" from "The Three Ages of Women" painted in 1905 leads us in reflecting on the importance of different women in our lives - our grandmothers, mothers, aunts, sisters, godmothers, friends. Image credit: "Mother and Child" by Klimt (gustavklimt.net)
Commemorating Anzac Day
We remember those who gave their lives in WWI and in all wars so that the world would be a more peaceful place for all people. We remember also those who today are fighting in different ways and different enemies so that we can all live peaceful lives. R.I.P. Image credit: nzhistory.govt.nz
Christ the Redeemer, the statue which stands above Rio de Janeiro, Brazil offers a timely reminder to stop and reflect on the great losses the world has suffered over the past year. Time to reflect and thank all those who have sacrificed so much for so many. Image credit: Robert Nyman/Unsplash