Thursday, October 02, 2014
Hope you didn't miss this! Immediate edit: someone's Blog This! link went astray...post was meant for Stars Over Washington not Secret Moon Art but I'll take it! jc
Wednesday, October 01, 2014
Wednesday, June 04, 2014
It's official! My daughter Maya's necklaces found in her French Honey Pendant Shop are selling briskly so I thought you might wish a view of an Astrology themed one. And as many astrologers might expect, Zodiacal signs and symbols are also available there in pendant form:
Why, it's a bit like wearing the Cosmos around your neck!
Saturday, October 12, 2013
October 12, 2013: With Halloween 2013 upon us, a great emblem is a necklace from my daughter's French Honey Pendant collection which may be viewed in her Etsy Shop, or seen just below. A black cat and the Moon--what combo of images is more seasonable than that?
And if you are of the Astrology persuasion, you'll also find Zodiac sign pendants, plus, vintage flowers, and many more themes with new pendants being added all the time. So check it out--even if you're not a Luna-lover or a black cat Halloween-er, you're sure to find the perfect French Honey Pendant for you or, a holiday gift for a friend!
Now the next cosmic event coming soon is the Lunar Eclipse of October 18, 2013 @25Ari45 with the Sabian Symbol for '26 Aries' being, "A Man Possessed of More Gifts Than He Can Hold" which speaks of '..an inexhaustible drive toward self-discovery' (Jones.) Hmm...since the lunation represents the stage of fulfillment or culmination, maybe Congress will use the Lunar Eclipse, a Full Moon, to end the government shutdown and find temporary solutions (at the least--they could if they wanted to) to their latest stand-off and thereby allow Christmas 2013 to proceed more happily than it will if the Sour Pusses of Washington continue interfering in our lives!
Saturday, May 04, 2013
Secret Moon Art Isn't Really Abandoned, Y'Know!
by Jude Cowell
Although SMA hasn't been updated since November 2012, as of yet, my art studio isn't fully set up for new drawings due primarily to two concerns: 1. massive amounts of Political Astrology horoscopes to study and write about since last year into this year; and, 2. helping care for the little fellow whose photo you see below!
So in lieu of what is at the moment only an incomplete drawing on my art table, here's something of a classic for you: When the White Bird Returns to the White Tree:
He says Hello with an Ay-y-y-y!
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Here’s my first photo taken with the Kindle Fire photo app of an older drawing of mine, Faye & Toni, which is displayed on a wall at the moment (which is why the image is slanted and rather odd looking.)
Colored pencil on white paper isn’t my usual mode as you may know for I tend to prefer the depth of colored pencil on black paper. Still, the ladies do seem quite happy, don’t they? (Or can you tell with those blubbery lips?)
Now this drawing and several others on white paper were perpetrated between 1995 and 1999 and are too large to fit in a home scanner bed. The size of this image is 18” H by 24” W so you see what I mean: no scanning, no publishing in my online galleries.
But since I have the Kindle photo app to play with, perhaps I’ll show you photo-app’d facsimiles of my larger never-before-published drawings from the late 90s and beyond. In fact, it may be fun for me and somewhat surprising for you.
Oh, and if you’re experienced using a similar app for a tablet, please leave a comment on this blog if you wish with handy hints for better photo-taking for I’d definitely appreciate it!
Your experimental ‘photographer’,
(Pleasant folk may also contact me at: judecowell at gmail dot com but no grouches or spammers please.)
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Yes, it's true what you heard: my children's drawing, Fairy in Rain, now decorates a cushy throw pillow! But you don't have to be a kid to toss it around...
make custom gifts at Zazzle
And Hidden Garden has gone cushy pillowy, too, as you see!
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Update 9.28.12: the 2nd issue of Stars Over Washington Monthly is now available for subscription and will be electronically delivered to your Inbox on the evening of Saturday September 29, 2012, if you so desire. This issue (Oct-Nov-Dec 2012) is offered at a Special Holiday Price of $15US (regularly $18) and addresses the October debates, Election Day 2012 (including our traditional First Vote at midnight in Dixville Notch, NH), the Solar and Lunar Eclipses of November, Winter Solstice 2012, and the closing of 2012 by the light of a Full Moon on December 28 (horoscope shown, as are those of both eclipses and the Winter Solstice with its difficult YOD patterns.)
With all the 4th quarter's cosmic and political events and synchronicities, this may be the one issue of SOWM you won't want to miss! To subscribe simply go to Stars Over Washington and click the link at the top of the sidebar.
Or, go directly to the sign-up form here and add your email address. Payment is through Amazon Payments and is a one-off charge for Issue 2 which contains 3 months' worth of astro-details with horoscopes set for Washington DC..
Thanks a bunch and here's wishing you an early Happy Holidays, Everyone!
Tuesday, August 07, 2012
Wow! It's been so long since I posted an active panel here at Secret Moon Art from my Zazzle Art Boutique of original designs that I thought a post might be a good idea!
There may even be two Cosmic Art pillows now available that you've never seen before so have yourself a peep: