About This Blog

My Graphics Gallery was created on the 3rd November 2014.

Why Was My Graphics Gallery Created?

To know that, you will have to know a little bit more about me.

I am a blogger, self published ebook author, online writer and HubPages contributor or writer. I have 6 blogs of which 1 or 2 are private ones.

As a blogger and online writer, I frequently have to search for free images for my blog posts and other online published works. Over time, I have taken to taking my own pictures and images as well as drawing my own clip art and graphics for my blog so that I won't have to worry about copyright issues.

My image stock has grown so big that I have difficulty organizing them. This blog was created as a way to organize by images online so that I can easily search for them using categories and the search function.

While I am at it, I have decided to share these images with other bloggers and online writers.

You are free to use these images for your personal use. You can use them for teaching, on blogs, on classroom posters or other personal use. Commercial use is not allowed. A link back to my blog will be most appreciated. You are also welcome to link to your site showing how you have used those images. 

All graphics displayed on the My Graphics Gallery blog are my own either taken with my trusted iPad or iPhone or drawn by me personally using various picture and drawing apps. I will also share with you how I created those graphics or the various picture tools and drawing apps I love here.



  1. Hi, Mumsgather! I remember you from Squidoo -- I was Mia-Mia there. I prefer using my own photos, too. Yours are lovely. I want to let you know that I have copied your unique mushroom photo and your sunflower photo for an article I am writing. I also copied the URL for this blog, and made note of your username, too, because I know that, after a while, I won't remember where I got them. I'm not ready to use them yet, but they are perfect. Thank you so much.

  2. Hello Maria, I am glad you like the photos and am looking forward to see how you use them :)