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Awakening

This is a project I have been working on for several years. It is an intuitive piece, meaning I had no plan going into it, I simply allowed it to tell me what it wanted to be as I painted it. To me it speaks of a soul awakening, and transforming (thus the butterflies), of being drawn out of the inner landscape (the subconscious) and into the light of awakened consciousness. The budding sprout perhaps represents that pivotal awakening event or moment that evokes transformation and enlightenment.

Acrylic on 20 X 10 illustration board.

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Wind Wolf Woman

Wind Wolf Woman embodies all things wild. Animal and human, nature and cosmos, she possesses the power of transformation and the wildest forces of nature. Come run with her.
Watercolor and colored pencil on 9 X 12 smooth Bristol paper. 2016.
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Little Friend

A female elf spends some quality time with her little friend.

Watercolor and colored pencil on 9 X 12 smooth Bristol paper. 2004.

 

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Lady of Twilight

She is the Lady of Twilight, a magical time between day and night when the world prepares to sleep, and awaken. The day birds roost in her crown for protection during the long night. Her attendants are various wild sprites and evening creatures, and her barn owl familiar on her fist acts as her eyes into the other realms. Original is adorned with glitter paint, iridescent interference paint, and Swarovski crystal rhinestones.

Watercolor, colored pencil, and acrylics on 11 X 14 Bristol paper.

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Feminine Divine

This piece is my interpretation of the divine feminine energy within the Universe. Divine feminine energy is passive, internal, emotional, intuitive, gentle and nurturing. It is the inward expression, the deep watery undercurrents of the soul and subconscious. This is the Yin energy, the Anima of the psyche and is present in everyone both male and female.

Acrylic on 9″ X 20″ Illustration Board. 2010.

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This is a channeled piece in that I didn’t really know beforehand what I was doing per ce, and allowed the images, symbols, colors, etc to just simply come to me according to what energy I was trying to work with, in this case the essence of the sacred feminine. I generally leave the interpretation of a piece up to you, the viewer, but since there is so much symbolism here I will give my own brief description of what I feel the meanings are behind the symbols. The moon is a symbol associated with cycles, mystery, tides and currents, serenity, luminosity (not being a caster of light but a reflection), maternal forces, pregnancy, menstruation, and goddess energy. The moon is an obvious female symbol. The snowy owl is a symbol of a woman’s wisdom, particularly that of the wise/medicine woman or crone. It is a creature of the moon and night time, able to see where others cannot and therefore is considered a symbol of psychic and intuitive energy (i.e. “women’s intuition”) The night is a time for dreaming and being within the mystery and is a symbol of the subconscious mind. The butterflies and moths are a symbol of the softer, delicate side of women, the innocence of being a girl, and the transformation into womanhood. The woman herself is luminous like the moon behind her, her eyes filled with mystery and women’s knowing. Her crown and bindi (decoration on the third eye) represent that connection to the divine. She wears blue, a color of water, deep emotion and the color of the Earth herself, which is female. She is also silver, which is a metal associated with the moon and with psychic forces. The silver cup represents the womb and holds water, which is a female element that represents emotion, the subconscious, intuition, female fertility, transformation, purification, and healing. The lotus flower is a symbol of female reproductive organs, fertility, beauty, purity, and connection to the divine. The wolf, and especially the she wolf or alpha female is a potent symbol of female instinct or intuition and sexuality (the passions of the wolf if you will). Wolves are creatures full of secrets and mystery and are powerful symbols of the subconscious mind and ambassadors of Spirit, leading us into deeper communion with the greater unknown. Wolf packs are ruled by the alpha female who dictates who the alpha male will be and who decides where the pack will locate its den, so she is a great symbol of female power on the whole. The wolf’s necklace is a common symbol for the three phases of feminine energy, the maiden, mother, and crone represented as the moon’s phases. Galaxies and the Universe within the woman’s cloak is the birthing place of all, the very wombs of creation itself and there is no more potent symbol for the inner being and subconscious. I am sure this piece will have its own things to say to you and you are free to interpret it as you wish. These are just my own thoughts on what came through me onto the board here. Art speaks to everyone individually!

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Raven

Three ravens conspire together, one in his human skin.  Didn’t you know ravens were shape-shifters? 😉

Acrylic on 5″ X 7″ claybord.

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Masculine Divine

This piece is my interpretation of the divine masculine energy within the Universe. Divine masculine energy is assertive, external, conscious, physical, and deals with the ego. It is the outward expression, the manifestation of events in the physical realm. This is the Yang energy, the Animus of the psyche and is present in everyone both male and female.

Acrylic on 9″ X 20″ Illustration Board. 2011.

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This is a channeled piece in that I didn’t really know beforehand what I was doing per ce, and allowed the images, symbols, colors, etc to just simply come to me according to what energy I was trying to work with, in this case the essence of the sacred masculine. I generally leave the interpretation of a piece up to you, the viewer, but since there is so much symbolism here I will give my own brief description of what I feel the meanings are behind the symbols. The sun is a great symbol of radiant energy, a force both felt and seen in the physical realm. The sun’s light shines down upon the world, illuminating all, bringing light into the dark corners and bringing awareness to those places. The rainbow of light around the man’s head is a symbol of this consciousness, the sun’s light radiating forth. The eagle is spirit manifested, the higher realms entering this world much like the rays of the sun. The eagle is a sacred symbol of the bridge between the physical world and the spirit world and acts as a messenger between the two. The desert canyon of rock symbolizes the solid reality of the earth itself. The day is a time for being awake, conscious to the outside world, a time for doing and thinking rather than dreaming. In the daylight we can see clearly, our minds awake and alert to our world. The sword is a symbol of aggression, action, and strength and is both a tool and a weapon. This is also a phallic symbol, the sword thrusting into the physical realm. The sword is a symbol of doing, of taking action, and is also a symbol of authority and power. The man himself is strong and well built, capable of much physical force. His golden pectoral is of the scarab, an Egyptian symbol of the sun’s movement across the sky, and of continual rebirth. The red of his cape is the color of passion, both in love and hate, and also symbolizes royalty, fire, aggression, and sex. The red dot on his third eye symbolizes wisdom and higher understanding as well as his connection to the spiritual realm. The golden wand is a tool used to direct energies, and acts as a bridge between the inner realms and the manifested world. It is a symbol of the Mage and the directing of fiery willpower used to command the elements of the world. The wand is also a potent symbol of virility, of that masculine force of sexual nature The lion is the king of beasts, the master of his world. He is a symbol of absolute confidence, of ego and self-satisfaction. He dominates his realms masterfully with his sheer presence and nature. His roar is mighty and carries across the world, proclaiming his self-confidence and pride as the magnificent ruler that he is. The lion’s necklace is a symbol of the sun’s radiant beams shining down into the world. The flowing lava is the world at its creation, the very rawness of manifested reality. It burns hot and flows liquid, birthing the world as it moves, creating at every moment. Feminine energy is the child within the womb, while masculine energy is the moment of birth, the action of the child entering the world. Lava is a perfect metaphor for this act of creation in a very physical way. I am sure this piece will have its own things to say to you and you are free to interpret it as you wish. These are just my own thoughts on what came through me onto the board here. Art speaks to everyone individually!

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Possession

A male werewolf guards his mate possessively, daring any others to try and claim her.

Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 9″ X 12″ Bristol paper. 2003.

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Fantasy

Originally created as a “fantasy” for a friend of mine. Who wouldn’t love an amazingly hot man who could change into a wolf? 😉

Watercolor and Colored Pencil on 11″ X 14″ smooth Bristol paper. 2002.

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