My artwork will be on exhibit in at the Johns Creek Art Center with The Atlanta Collage Society from March 14th – April 25th. The opening reception is on March 14th from 6:00pm – 7:30pm.
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This artwork is named Endurance because of the items contained therein. Turtles have persevered for centuries. Rocks are made smooth by water, but they have the ability to change and withstand time. Feathers suggest a spiritual path. One must have endurance and the ability to change to travel the spiritual path.
In Honor Of Trees$175
This artwork is named In Honor of Trees because trees give us protection, warmth, paper, cleaner air, and so much more asking nothing in return.
Window Of Opportunity$175
This artwork is about the Unfolding of Good in your Life.
In relationship, we gain our greatest lessons.
In an article about Purple Haze by Jimi Hendrix, he was quoted as saying Purple Haze was about a dream he had where he walked under the sea. Under the sea and over the sea, you will find two dolphins which represent harmony and balance.
Into The Silence$165
In silence, we gain our greatest insights.
This artwork is called Embrace Change because coral is formed from the skeletons of marine animals which in turn act as protection for the fish.
The term mandala means universe, in particular, a blue mandala represents harmony. It is surrounded by a design with eight parts which carries the energy of abundance.
This turtle is swimming toward the sea which is warmed by the sun. In this artwork, there are 13 rays, 13 pebbles, and 13 scales on the turtle shell. This equals 39 which represents the organization and the unity of the Cosmos.
A metaphor for the spiritual path is the transformation of the caterpillar into a butterfly. Our sacred journey through life calls us to transform many times to be our authentic selves.
There is text in this artwork that refers to the Grace shown in our lives through coincidences and miracles.