Elements of the earth and night sky unite to create a surreal and unique depiction of sacred space.
Can a person be your spirit animal? Quite possibly. For a period of time while living in San Francisco, the music would change to Bowie every time I entered a room. When I moved to New York, I was immediately in love. However, it was Spike Lee's iconic vision of Brooklyn that gravitate to the boroughs. Fort Greene, BedStuy and Clinton Hill will always be home.
And River . . . everyone loves River!
2' x 3' Poster $100
Who are you? This is question asked of the third chakra. Located in our gut, this chakra is our instinct and deep sense of knowing. In order to receive clarity, we must know who we are and why we are here. The third chakra is represented by the color yellow. This image reminds me to ask myself each day: Is this what my soul wants? Is this why I am here? Am I content? Am I challenged? Am I honoring myself and my purpose?
The desert contains so much isolated beauty. During the day, with the glare of the sun, the rocks, trees and sky form a unified arid landscape. But as the sun sets, the sky forms a new backdrop and characters emerge. Like this one, the desert dancer. This tree is a reminder with the slightest shift and movement from the norm, something beautiful and unique is born.
Portrait of Smoky Quartz
I use this this image as visual intention to ground out and remove any lingering negative vibes from unwanted energies. The image is ideally placed above the bed after a break up. When displayed in a living / work space it is a visual filter.
$150 20 x 30
When I close my eyes, especially when I meditate, I see bursts of purple light against a night sky. Sometimes it takes the shape of things but mainly it is just a spectacular firework in ever evolving globular form.
This tree image is an homage to the purple chakra. This chakra crowns the head and our oneness with Spirit. I love this image because the tree, the symbol of knowledge, against purple, a representation of the God and Spirit, is a wonderful reminder that we can are connected to something greater than our earthly experience.