The pieces on this page represent a shift in my practice, firstly away from the commercial approach as seen on the ‘illustration’ page, and secondly these pieces showcase my exploration of various handling styles whilst narrowing my focus regarding subject matter. With the exception of ‘Her Metamorphosis’ and ‘The Juniper Tree’, all of these paintings were created with the intention of visually discussing the most pressing issue of our time – man made climate change and our disjointed attitude towards our natural environment.



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  2. Poet as a Rag Picker
    Sep 28, 2013 @ 01:48:41

    Amazing art work!


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    • jodimagi
      Feb 24, 2014 @ 12:05:57

      Hi, thanks for your kind words. All of my blog posts are tweeted through my Twitter account @Jodi_Magi, though I am not very good at using Twitter itself.
      You can also follow this blog via ‘follow’ in the very top left corner, and you will be emailed every time I post something.


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