Fairyland, by Jane Crowther



This magical illustration is devoted to my soul sister and very special friend, Frannie. She makes my life beautiful, fun, authentic and fairylike. Merci! Tu me manques!



Love After Love, Romancing the Self

I have have the great chance of meeting Laura Halt and of attending a couple of her amazing talks.

Together with Jennifer Grace, both of them have designed a “magical journey” to free ourselves from being stuck based on some tools and daily practice -awareness, journaling and meditation-.

I am following this path and will write more about it in coming posts!

  • The poem above served as meditation in one of her sessions.

Laura Von Holt



Míla Fürstová… Where Art meets Poetry!


Artist’s Statement

My work is an intimate portrayal of the human soul explored through the medium of etching, expressed in a distinctly female voice.

The content is inspired by universal and personal mythologies. The work is poetic and often narrative in its nature and reads as both contemporary and timeless. I cut, fold and overlay my works, often printing on glass or other transparent surfaces thus creating imagery that is multidimensional in terms of both form and meaning.

The feminine voice of my work is tactile and urgent, fragile yet strong, gentle yet enquiring. At times it floats weightlessly above the labyrinth of being a woman at other times it delves into the darkest corners of the female psyche.

The technique of etching uniquely reflects and informs the spirit of my work. I draw with a needle onto a plate, allowing the image to quietly grow, whilst a fragile silver line emerges from a dark background as if a distant memory was traced from the unconscious. The initial image undergoes metamorphosis as the alchemical process of etching progresses through each of its stages.

Míla Fürstová MA RCA, RWA