Saturday, 11 July 2020

Edie, art by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020


Edie, art by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020
Edie, art by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020

Wednesday, 1 July 2020

Art


Femme, art by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020
Femme, art by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020

I love the beauty, poise and femininity in this image.

Photo credit thanks to Oladimeji Odunsi.




George Harrison, art by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses
George Harrison, art by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses

Monday, 22 June 2020

Latest Artworks

This month I was so fortunate to incorporate one of the best photographers I know into my art.

Lucie Robinson is an international photographer and we have been following each other on Instagram for a while. She gave me permission to use one of her photographs of herself for my art. 

Lucie is loves the ocean and she is such a magnificent beauty. I felt the need to have her placed in a Botticelli-like shell. I am so happy that she liked the end result. She shared this on her Instagram stories and dubbed me the ‘Princess of Weird’. She’s correct, surrealism is weird and I love my new title.

Lucie, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020
Lucie, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020

Here’s some of my other artworks from the last few weeks.

Birdy, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020
Birdy, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020


Grind, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020
Grind, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020

Desert Rose, by Rachel @retrogoddesses, 2020
Desert Rose, by Rachel @retrogoddesses, 2020


Road to Nowhere, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020
Road to Nowhere, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020

Saturday, 6 June 2020

My new artworks

This week’s new artwork by me.

Digital collage is a great way to explore surrealism. I like that it doesn’t have to make sense, just like our dreams.

Esther in Curçao,  by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020
Esther in Curçao, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020


A Star is Born by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020
A Star is Born, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020


Sense of Songs by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020
Sense of Songs, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020


Bee, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020


Vampira, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020
Vampira, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses, 2020





Tuesday, 12 May 2020

Nikon Photography Courses For National Photo Month

Photograph by Stef King
I just thought I would share this information with my followers, who like me, love photography (and I know there are many of you). I'm still deciding on which courses I will take.

Just in time for National Photo Month, Nikon Australia is offering a range of classes to inspire photographers to get creative for the month.  

Throughout May, Nikon School has launched online, giving fans around Australia the chance to learn the tricks of the trade from their team of Nikon School lecturers. All levels of photographers, from aspiring to seasoned pros, have the chance to upskill from the comfort of their own home.

Surf photographers can tune into 2019 Surf Photo of the Year winner, Stu Gibson's session to learn how he captured the award winning shot. While Heesoo Sung's session will inspire the star gazers with his introduction to capturing star trails. 


Fashion Photography with Stef King

  • Date: Tuesday, 12 May 2020, 6.30pm – 7.30pm
  • Description: Join multi-award-winning fashion photographer, Stef King for an online, interactive workshop on portrait photography. Stef's feminine and natural style of photography comes from the approach that every subject has a spark. In this one-hour interactive course, get an exclusive insight into the world of portrait and fashion photography, as Stef talks through her workflow and the inspiration behind her recent project, ‘Botanical’ which she produced as part of Nikon Presents: Evolve earlier this year.
  • Register: https://nikonschoolaustralia.eventbritestudio.com/103876090182



Photographs by Stef King

Photographer Stef King


Understanding Star Trail Photography with Heesoo Chung

  • Date: Wednesday, 13 May 2020, 5.30pm – 6.30pm
  • Description: Join Nikon School Lecturer and landscape photographer, Heesoo Chung for an online, interactive workshop covering star trail photography. Learn from Heesoo as he takes you through his workflow and passion for capturing these shots. This one-hour practical workshop will provide you with an understanding for the necessary steps involved in star trail photography, from the initial planning stage, to setting up your camera and the final post processing process.
  • Register: https://nikonschoolaustralia.eventbritestudio.com/103879133284

Photographs by Heesoo Chung

Photographer Heesoo Chung


Introduction to Abstract Photography with Mieke Boynton

  • Date: Thursday, 14 May 2020, 5.30pm – 6.30pm
  • Description: Join award-winning abstract aerial photographer Mieke Boynton for an online, interactive workshop and be inspired to take some super creative shots in and around your home, with the camera and lenses you already own! Learn about settings, equipment, light and composition. We’ll explore some great ideas for creative abstract photography using items readily available in your local supermarket. We’ll look at lens choice, camera settings, lighting, and backgrounds. 
  • Register:  https://nikonschoolaustralia.eventbritestudio.com/103873548580
Photograph by Mieke Boynton

Photographer Mieke Boynton


Behind the lens: Surf Photographer, Stu Gibson

  • Date: Wednesday, 20 May, 5.30pm – 6.30pm
  • Description: Join internationally recognised photographer and winner of the 2019 Nikon Surf Photographer of the Year Award, Stu Gibson for an online workshop on his career in the industry. Hear from Stu as he discusses how he got started, covers what’s in his gear bag and shares stories behind capturing some of the biggest breaks in Australia and around the world. 
  • Register: https://nikonschoolaustralia.eventbritestudio.com/104089023070


Photograph by Stu Gibson

Tuesday, 28 April 2020

What I Am Reading...

Like everybody else, I have been self isolating and generally being lazy. 

It's so nice to snuggle up in bed with a good book and knowing that you are saving lives by flattening the curve of Covid 19 in the process.

So, here is a list of the books I am about to start reading on my lazy days.

Review by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses

The Lost Jewels

By Kirsty Manning


Inspired by a true story, The Lost Jewels unfolds an incredible mystery of thievery, sacrifice and hope through the generations of one family.

In the summer of 1912, a workman's pickaxe strikes through the floor of an old tenement house in Cheapside, London, uncovering a cache of unimaginably valuable treasure that quickly disappears again.

Present day. When respected jewellery historian, Kate Kirby, receives a call about the Cheapside jewels, she knows she's on the brink of the experience of a lifetime.

As Kate peels back layers of concealment and deception, she is forced to explore long-buried secrets concerning Essie, her great-grandmother, and her life in Edwardian London. Soon, Kate's past and present threaten to collide and the truths about her family lie waiting to be revealed.



Review by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses



The Viennese Girl

By Jenny Lecoat


Inspired by the true story of a young Jewish girl - Hedy Bercu - who fled to Jersey from Vienna only to find herself trapped on the island during the German occupation.

In June 1940, the horror-struck inhabitants of Jersey watch as the German army unopposed takes possession of their island. Now only a short way from the English coast, the Germans plan their invasion.

Hedy Bercu, a young Jewish girl from Vienna who fled to the isolation and safety of Jersey two years earlier to escape the Nazis, finds herself once more trapped, but this time with no way of escape.

Hiding her racial status, Hedy is employed by the German authorities and secretly embarks on small acts of resistance. But most dangerously of all, she falls in love with German lieutenant Kurt Neumann -- a relationship on which her life will soon depend.

A remarkable novel of finding hope and love when all seems at its darkest.

Review by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


The Satapur Moonstone

By Sujata Massey


Lawyer-sleuth Perveen Mistry returns in another fascinating Bombay mystery.

The delightfully clever Perveen Mistry, Bombay's first female lawyer, returns in an adventure of treacherous intrigues and suspicious deaths.

India, 1922: It is rainy season in the lush, remote Sahyadri Mountains southeast of Bombay, where the kingdom of Satapur is tucked away. A curse has fallen upon Satapur's royal family, whose maharaja and his teenage son are both dead. The kingdom is now ruled by an agent of the British Raj on behalf of Satapur's two maharanis, the dowager queen and the maharaja's widow.

The royal ladies are in dispute over the education of the young crown prince, and a lawyer's council is required - but the maharanis live in purdah and do not speak to men. Just one woman can help them: Perveen Mistry.

Perveen is determined to bring peace to the royal house, but when she arrives she finds that the Satapur palace is full of cold-blooded power plays and ancient vendettas. Too late, she realises she has walked into a trap. But whose? And how can she protect the royal children from the deadly curse on the palace?

Review by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses

Saturday, 11 April 2020

Happy Shoes By Kung Fu Mary

I am not exaggerating when I say I have been looking for these shoes for years. I used to go into Chinatown in the 80s and buy my happy shoes from there. 

They didn't have the rainbow colours to choose from, they only had the black ones. Then they just disappeared and I never saw them again.

Review by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses

Fast forward to 2020...I'm just flicking through my Instagram and there they are!

The most comfortable and cutest shoes available to buy, thanks to the Sydney based company, Kung Fu Mary

Every colour of the rainbow!

I got the black pair (licorice), the red pair (cherry bang) and the blue pair (blueberry) and the gorgeous tote bag

Review by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses

Happy Shoes by Kung Fu Mary are so comfy that they feel like slippers.

Every colour is beautiful and I hope to add to my collection very soon.

Review by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses

Review by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses

Review by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses

Review by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses

Best of all they are animal free.

This post is not sponsored. I just wanted to share this with my followers because I'm sure that there are many of you that love these shoes as much as I do.

What colours would you choose?

Review by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


You can find Kung Fu Mary on their website or Instagram.

Thursday, 9 April 2020

Inspiring Women Instagram Story Template


Who are the women you find inspiring?

For me, I chose women in the arts - Frida Kahlo, Helena Christensen, Lana Del Ray, Annie Leibovitz and Neneh Cherry. 

You can choose whoever you like and let them know you find them inspiring.

All you need to do is save the following template. Then go to your Instagram stories and tag people and post. Don’t forget to include me in your story, I would love to see your answers - just tag @retrogoddesses

Women Who Run The World, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Saturday, 4 April 2020

The Deceptions by Suzanne Leal - BOOK GIVEAWAY


Long-buried family secrets surface in a compelling new novel from the author of The Teacher's Secret.
Moving from wartime Europe to modern day Australia, The Deceptions is a powerful story of old transgressions, unexpected revelations and the legacy of lives built on lies and deceit.

Prague, 1943. Taken from her home in Prague, Hana Lederova finds herself imprisoned in the Jewish ghetto of Theresienstadt, where she is forced to endure appalling deprivation and the imminent threat of transportation to the east. When she attracts the attention of the Czech gendarme who becomes her guard, Hana reluctantly accepts his advances, hoping for the protection she so desperately needs.

Sydney, 2010. Manipulated into a liaison with her married boss, Tessa knows she needs to end it, but how? Tessa's grandmother, Irena, also has something to hide. Harkening back to the Second World War, hers is a carefully kept secret that, if revealed, would send shockwaves well beyond her own fractured family.

Inspired by a true story of wartime betrayal, The Deceptions is a searing, compassionate tale of love and duplicity-and family secrets better left buried.


'The Deceptions is a stunning example of the way fiction tells war better than any other form - I could taste its madness, its horror. Saw from the outside, its utter absurdity. For days after reading the novel I found myself wrestling with the price of betrayal, and the value of truth.' - Sofie Laguna, winner of the Miles Franklin Literary Award

'At what cost can a survivor of hell rebuild a seemingly normal life? The Deceptions is a gripping and tragic story for our times.' - Leah Kaminsky, author of The Hollow Bones

'Impossible to put down. Leal is a master storyteller. Mesmerising, heartbreaking, honest-The Deceptions is ferociously good.' - Nikki Gemmell, author of After

'Those who grew up in the shadow of the Second World War had Elie Wiesel's Night to define for them the enormity for the Holocaust. Those who were born later can now rely upon Suzanne Leal's brilliant and confronting novel The Deceptions to open their eyes to the true horrors of Nazism.' - Alan Gold, author of Bloodline.



Book giveaway, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


GIVEAWAY DETAILS


With thanks to Allen & Unwin, I have a copy of The Deceptions by Suzanne Leal to giveaway.

To enter: Just send an email to retrogoddess@mail.com with the subject line THE DECEPTIONS BOOK GIVEAWAY. In the email, please leave your name and address. Easy!

Please be aware that this giveaway will only be posted to an Australian address.

This giveaway will be drawn on Monday, 20th April at 5pm. The giveaway will be drawn using a random number generator to pick the winner.

Good luck!

Monday, 30 March 2020

Boredom Busters - Virtual Zoo Tours

The Corona Virus may have temporarily stopped people visiting so many amazing zoos around the world, but don't let that stop you from visiting them virtually.

I've compiled a list of virtual zoo tours/live cams you can enjoy from your home. Just click on the link and away you go.

San Diego Zoo - So many live cams. The footage is so clear. I just watched a beautiful family of elephants with their baby. So gorgeous! The San Diego Zoo has the following live cams to choose from:

  • Baboon
  • Penguin
  • Elephant
  • Polar Bear
  • Ape
  • Giraffe
  • Burrowing Owl
  • Tiger
  • Condor
  • Koala

Boredom Busters, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses
Elephants at San Diego Zoo


Monterey Bay Aquarium - Monterey Bay Aquarium has 10 live cams to choose from :

  • Aviary
  • Coral Reef
  • Jelly
  • Kelp Forest
  • Monterey Bay
  • Moon Jelly
  • Open Sea
  • Penguin
  • Sea Otter 
  • Shark

Boredom Busters, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses
Penguins at Monterey Bay Aquarium


Zoos Victoria live cams are from Melbourne Zoo and Werribee Open Range Zoo. Their live cams include:
  • Snow leopard cub
  • Penguin
  • Zebra
  • Lion
  • Giraffe
Boredom Busters, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses
Zoos Victoria

Smithsonian's National Zoo - The  Smithsonian's National Zoo has four live cams. 
  • Naked Mole Rat
  • Panda
  • Lion
  • Elephant
Boredom Busters, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses
Naked Mole- Rat at Smithsonian's National Zoo



Houston Zoo - The Houston Zoo has live cams for:
  • Elephant Yard
  • Giraffe
  • Gorilla Habitat
  • Chimp Window
  • Leafcutter Ant
  • Rhino Yard 
Boredom Busters, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses
Rhinos at Houston Zoo


Hope you like these live cams of these beautiful animals.



Thursday, 5 March 2020

Anxiety by Dr Mark Cross

I know how debilitating it is as I have been diagnosed with a few different anxiety disorders. ⠀

I love to read as much as I can about anxiety to educate myself about my conditions.⠀

I watched a documentary a few years ago called Changing Minds. It was a brilliant series about mental health services and patients at a Sydney hospital. The likeable psychiatrist, Dr Mark Cross, was so wonderful with his patients. I had no idea that Dr Cross also has anxiety. ⠀

He has written a book called Anxiety. It explores types of anxiety, causes and common triggers, therapies and treatment, anxiety at work and navigating the health systems. He also discusses his own experiences with anxiety.⠀

Anxiety by Dr Mark Cross is available now. Published by ABC Books. Click the here for more information.



Anxiety Review, by Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses



Wednesday, 26 February 2020

Be A Lady They Said

Be A Lady They Said. Featured on @retrogoddesses


The video below perfectly sums up the contradicting struggles of "what is expected of women" in 2020. 

Isn't it any wonder we feel pressure?



Credits:
Girls. Girls. Girls. Magazine girlsgirlsgirlsmag.com
"Be a Lady They Said"
Words: Camille Rainville
Narrator: Cynthia Nixon
Director: Paul McLean paul-mclean.com
Music: Louis Souyave @ OPM.london
Post: Mini Content mini-content.com
Producer: Claire Rothstein claire-rothstein.com
#bringingbackthewoman #girlsgirlsgirlsmag #bealady







Wednesday, 1 January 2020

Celebrities we lost in 2019

Albert Finney, actor. Aged 82.

Albert Finney. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Karl Lagerfeld, fashion designer. Aged 85.

Karl Lagerfeld, Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Andre Previn, composer and conductor. Aged 89.

Andre Previn. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Luke Perry, actor. Aged 52.

Luke Perry. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Keith Flint, musician. Aged 49.

Keith Flint. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Agnes Varda, director. Aged 90.

Agnes Varda. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Doris Day, actress and singer. Aged 97.

Doris Day. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Niki Lauda, Formula One world champion. Aged 70.

Niki Lauda. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Judith Kerr, author and illustrator. Aged 95.

Judith Kerr. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Franco Zeffirelli, filmmaker and opera director. Aged 96.

Franco Zeffirelli. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Gloria Vanderbilt, heiress and socialite. Aged 95.

Gloria Vanderbilt. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Joao Gilberto, musician. Aged 88 years.

Joao Gilberto. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Toni Morrison, author. Aged 88.p

Toni Morrison. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Peter Fonda, actor. Aged 79.

Peter Fonda. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Peter Lindbergh, photographer. Aged 74.

Peter Lindbergh. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Clive James, writer and broadcaster. Aged 80.

Clive James. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Anna Karina, actress. Aged 79.

Anna Karina. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Emanuel Ungaro, fashion designer. Aged 86.

Emanuel Ungaro. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Carol Channing, actress and singer. Aged 97.

Carol Channing. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Marie Fredriksson, singer. Aged 61.

Marie Fredriksson. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Peter Mayhew, actor. Aged 74.

Peter Mayhew. Chewbacca. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Bibi Andersson, actress. Aged 83.

Bibi Andersson. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Judith Krantz, author. Aged 91.

Judith Krantz. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Denise Nickerson, actress. Aged 62.

Denise Nickerson. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Ric Ocasek, singer. Aged 75.

Ric Ocasek. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Diahann Carroll, actress. Aged 84.

Diahann Carroll. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Shelley Morrison, actress. Aged 83.

Shelley Morrison. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Caroll Spinney, puppeteer. Aged 85.

Caroll Spinney. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Sue Lyon, actress. Aged 73.

Sue Lyon. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Chuy Bravo, television personality. Aged 63.

Chuy Bravo. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Danny Aiello, actor. Aged 86.

Danny Aiello. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


René Auberjonois, actor. Aged 79.

Rene Auberjonois. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses



Juice WRLD, rapper. Aged 21.

Juice WRLD. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses



John Witherspoon, actor. Aged 77.

John Witherspoon. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Rip Torn, actor. Aged 88.

Rip Torn. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses



Tim Conway, actor, Aged 85.

Tim Conway. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Peggy Lipton, actress. Aged 72.

Peggy Lipton. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Max Azria, fashion designer. Aged 70.

Max Azria. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


John Singleton, director. Aged 51.

John Singleton. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Georgia Engel, actress. Aged 70.

Georgia Engel. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Nipsey Hussle, rapper. Aged 33.

Nipsey Hussle. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Tania Mallet, actress. Aged 77.

Tania Mallet. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Dick Dale, musician. Aged 81.

Dick Dale. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Katherine Helmand, actress. Aged 89.

Katherine Helmand. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Beverley Owen, actress. Aged 81.

Beverley Owen. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Peter Tork, musician. Aged 77.

Peter Tork The Monkees. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Lee Radziwill, socialite. Aged 85.

Lee Radziwill. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Jan-Michael Vincent, actor. Aged 74.

Jan-Michael Vincent. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Rutger Hauer, actor. Aged 75.

Rutger Hauer. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Max Wright, actor. Aged 75.

Max Wright. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Billy Drago, actor. Aged 73.

Billy Drago. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Nadja Regin, actress. Aged 87.

Nadja Regin. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


James Ingram, singer. Aged 66.

James Ingram. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Kaye Ballard, actress. Aged 93.

Kaye Ballard. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Julie Adams, actress. Aged 92.

Julie Adams. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Barbara Perry, actress. Aged 97.

Barbara Perry. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Lisa Seagram, actress. Aged 82.

Lisa Seagram. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses


Sylvia Miles, actress. Aged 94.

Sylvia Miles. Celebrities we lost in 2019. Rachel Hancock @retrogoddesses



Unfortunately there may be others who passed away this year that I may have accidentally omitted.