Larger-than-life, this tiny painting is of an iris in full bloom is all about patterns of harmony. As I painted, it showed me how humans contribute to the atmosphere of this world by emitting patterns of thought and emotion.
I was irresistibly drawn to these plants as their vibrant and joyful spirit made a deep impression on me. They spoke directly to me about life and how it was meant to be wild and untamed, which was not how I was feeling a the time.
It was an activation of sorts, and it left things changed inside me. The essence of this download: Art and its creation is a profound means of communication and of great importance for humanity. It's meant to create connection with the core self, and as such, is for everyone.
Flower Essence Transmission Collection - Appearing dimensional, like a hologram, touch it with your mind. Roses are known to transmute negativity. This painting helps ground and maintain physical spiritual light in your environment.
RUBY CHARD II is all about Freedom, our wild & undomesticated state. And so, this painting is all about Authentic Power. See with your true eyes, she says. Realize that the world is yours as you open your true eyes. This is my gift to for you to receive and create with. Sight is not passive as we've been taught to believe.
Roses speak from the dimension of truth, beauty, and abundance transcending the limitations of language. They can bring the divine in as the very ground under our feet. We can trust each moment of life as it unfolds.
Authenticity is a quality of energy we all recognize. It has the ability to touch us deeply and comfort us. Art and its creation can bring qualities like this into form. It's a mystical process and the results can bring us face-to-face with our essence.
I'm a painter and when it comes to painting, I’ve always known it's not about what something should be or look like. It's a dialogue with consciousness. Though I recognized this, I didn't have adequate words to convey this years ago. Replacing limited consciousness with higher...
Flowers and plants have been an important part of my life since childhood. My earliest memories are of backyard gardens in Brooklyn, NY. As I played among the flowers, shrubs, bugs and butterflies my life-long relationship with roses began and continues to this day.
Before I turned twenty meditation seemed weirdly mysterious and like it would be the most boring thing in the world. Just sit? Why would you want to just sit and focus on nothing? I was busy creating art. Definitions of meditation made no sense until I realized I was doing it all along!