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  • Friday, November 30, 2018 1:04 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Art by Heidi Cooper

    Northern Michigan Mom, fruit farmer, and hospitality hostess at Rocky Top Farms, sometime painter.
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  • Wednesday, October 31, 2018 9:50 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    The Art of Lauren Curtis


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    Dream of Trees



    Lauren Curtis was graduated with a BFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, in 1988.   She enjoys working in a variety of media, including  oils, acrylics, pen & ink, watercolor and photography.   The artist is happiest when creating pieces that represent her love of nature, wildlife, travel and spiritual subject matter.  BirdwatcherOctober2012sm

    The  symbology  and mythology of ancient cultures such as Egyptian, Greco-Roman and Celtic are fused with the symbols of modern -day , natural spiritual practices, to form a unique and eclectic style. 

    These images are often portrayed through the woman’s perspective, showing the importance of “The Feminine” , which is sometimes over-looked.  

    Travel is another  major influence in Lauren’s work and the pieces, usually photographs, created from these journeys helps the artist  to convey the beauty  found in diversity, as well as in the similarities, that run through various cultural belief-systems.

    Lauren has had artwork and poetry published by  greeting card and crafter companies, magazines and historical organizations, including the Middlesex County Cultural & Heritage Commission.  One of her pieces was selected for the permanent collection of the Joyce Kilmer Library in central NJ. 

    Her work has been displayed in private collections, healthcare centers and galleries and was selected for a solo exhibit at Johnson &Johnson World Headquarters, July-August, 2009.  She was a featured artist on the Science Channel‘s TV show Oddities in December, 2011 through June, 2012 and has done radio interviews as well.  Lauren has participated in over 95 solo,  group & juried exhibitions and is  also a member of several NJ Arts organizations. 

    Her artwork has been sold throughout the US and abroad,  and can  be seen in  venues in NJ, NY, MA and PA.

    http://laurencurtisart.weebly.com  (NEW fine art site!)
    http://laurencurtis.wordpress.com  (my Blog)
    http://www.facebook.com/LaurenCurtisArtTalonArt (Facebook Fine Art Page)

    http://www.LaurenCurtisArt.com (commercial & fine art)  
    http://www.laurencurtis.imagekind.com (cards, T-shirts, photography, illustration)

     

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    Mother's Lament

     

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    Omen

     

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    Procession

     

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    Morgana's Murder



  • Friday, September 28, 2018 10:07 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Artist Carolina Gonzalez

    Carolina Gonzalez is the chief Spiritist at the Camino De Yara Portal, a small online + off-line Spiritist group, as well as a well known blogger and artisan on the Internet Pagan community. Along with her husband, a Medium and artisan, she offers Spiritual services and selected supplies devoted to the worship of the Tres Potencias, a form of Afro-Latin Spiritism originated in Venezuela, a country that has been tied to her own ancestry for many generations.

    Carolina was born, and still lives, in Tenerife, one of the beautiful Canary Islands, located in the Northwest coast of Africa. Her aboriginal ancestors, the Guanches, as well as African mysticism and magic, are essential on her perspectives on Art and Spirituality.

    When not performing Spiritual Work for her customers, Carolina can be found wildharvesting and replanting endemic herbs, learning and practising disappearing forms of traditional crafts, and painting her island's mesmerizing landscapes. She is also a guest author at Pagan Square's blog and of Soul Path Magazine, and has been interviewed at over 40 websites and magazines over the past 10 years.

    Website
    Camino De Yara: http://caminodeyara.indiemade.com/




    Gaia – Acrylic On Canvas, 2010



    Marie Laveau – Acrylic On Canvas, 2011.



    Flora – Colour Pencils On Fine Arts Paper, 2012.



    Oya – Acrylic On Canvas, 2011.



    Elohim Haniel – Colour Pencils On Fine Arts Paper, 2013.



    http://caminodeyara.indiemade.com/



  • Thursday, August 30, 2018 8:05 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    E. Tobin Eckian

    Born in Ohio in 1960. Influenced by Slovakian oil painting, paternal Grandmother and still using some of her tools, pencils and paint.

     In several world-wide collections. Tobin (nickname meaning "To Be In") began making crushed pigments and crayon encaustics by the age of 8 at the side of a well in her driveway in Eastern Pennsylvania. She began painting at age 17, left home to go to the Rocky Mountains in 1978, moved to New England in 1980. She started selling work in early 1980's. "The beneficence of Nature" is the underlying theme in Tobin's art practice.

    Art Statement
    My work is based around connecting to my "deep" heart, the Effi mah between the third and fourth chakra.  It is here that I feel most regenerated in every sense so I focus on that as I paint. I like to work with Nature Elements as I go because they are all very real to me and like to play with creating beauty.
    https://www.instagram.com/elizabethtobineckian










    https://www.instagram.com/elizabethtobineckian

  • Monday, July 30, 2018 12:40 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Artist Shauna Caldwell

    Shauna Caldwell is an artist from Boone, NC. Her roots in Appalachia and her relationship with the environment inspire her, allowing her to create work based around themes of sacred relationships, women's empowerment, and transformation. She is also interested in using artistic processes that connect her to her home, like making paper and photographic emulsions using plants from the area.

    "Being an Appalachian woman and herbalist, I feel committed to the empowerment of the women in my community through their relationships with the plants around them. This includes empowering myself by researching traditional Appalachian herbalism and learning from the many teachers, grandparents, and other members of my community who possess this knowledge. These women have a very intimate connection to the land and a beautiful and poetic way of communicating through plants and herbal medicine. I want to express my gratitude for the present and future connections with these soft and quiet voices of the past. My intention is to create the images in this series in collaboration with my mentors, teachers, and elders because they have their own histories, their own stories, and a connection to the Earth that we need right now."

    www.shaunacaldwell.com




     










    www.shaunacaldwell.com



  • Thursday, June 28, 2018 12:10 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Xicana artist Rosatzin

    Rosa Barrera, known as Rosatzin is a Xicana artist, from Los Angeles, California born 1993. Rosatzin considers herself a full spectrum painting priestess and her primary subject is the human psyche and soul. Her distinctive style mixes indigenous symbology with abstract expressionism. Her paintings explore knowledge, story, and memory of indigenous people. She creates visual stories that communicate: the goddess as origin, matriarchy, feminine empowerment in a patriarchal society, union of masculine & feminine, developmental stages of a human being, nature, soul development, and the life span of human beings.

    https://www.instagram.com/rosaatzin/












    https://www.instagram.com/rosaatzin/


  • Thursday, May 31, 2018 12:04 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Soulflower by Lisa Estabrook

    My name is Lisa Estabrook. I am a mother, a graphic designer, an artist and an obsessive gardener. I have spent the last 30 years working in my gardens, tending and talking to the flowers and plants that grow there. I love learning about the plants, not just from books or classes but also directly from my connection with them. While my life goes through many ups and downs, as its does for us all, it is in the garden that I find solace and healing. It is there that I learned to have a deep trust and confidence in my ability to be well and prosper.
    I believe Spirit, or energy, is in all things. It flows through every atom that makes up our world. Every human, plant, animal, rock, river and insect is infused with Spirit’s living energy. It is the infinite source of all consciousness and it connects us all as one. I may not be able to see it, but I know this universal energy as truth. I believe this with all my heart, just as I believe in germs and atoms that I cannot perceive but I know exist.
    See her work here: https://mysoulflower.com/










    https://mysoulflower.com/



  • Thursday, April 26, 2018 1:45 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Second Nature Project Jody Dunphy

    Jody is an artist, designer and the creator of the Second Nature Project; an endeavor that resides at the intersection of art and activism. The project was born while she was earning her MFA in Applied Craft and Design at the Oregon College of Art and Craft + Pacific Northwest College of Art. Her practice is driven by a desire to share her fascination with plant life and inspire people to think about their relationship with the natural world. She makes jewelry and sculpture for holding plants and seeds that are dispersed via diverse channels: in galleries, on the street and through retail. Collaboration, engagement, ephemerality, labor and craft are underlying themes in the work she creates.
    https://www.secondnatureproject.com/
    Listen to her interview on blogtalkradio with Susun








    https://www.secondnatureproject.com/

  • Tuesday, March 27, 2018 2:04 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Earthy Imaginations by Erin Dobell

    Greetings! My name is Erin Dobell and I am an artist, pastry chef, and nature lover nestled in the Finger Lakes of upstate New York. My entire life I have been known as a very creative person and could always be found baking, drawing, painting, working with beads, or making my own clothes. While attending high school, I took every kind of art class that would fit into my schedule. A favorite was ceramics, where one of my works was chosen to be featured at the Morris Museum known for celebrating art, science, history and performing arts in Morristown New Jersey. My dream was to be either a ceramics teacher or a fashion designer, or so I had thought.
    After studying pastry arts at the Pennsylvania Culinary Institute, I was a baker & cake decorater for the following decade. During my baking career I always continued my artistic endeavors and was a participant at craft shows & festivals, often sharing a booth with my mother from whom I inherited my creative flair.
    My mind is constantly rampant with ideas for new projects and "creating" marinates my soul in happiness. I enjoy sewing, painting & candle making to name a few, but especially LOVE working with beads. Over the years my driftwood beaded sun catchers have become my signature creation. I love everything about making them from searching the local lakeshore for driftwood, to stringing the glass and crystal beads, to adding gemstones and other natural details, to finally making sure they are balanced just right. I connect with each piece in a way I cannot describe; it brings me joy to create them and know that they will bring color, light and joy to others as well.
    A year ago I embarked on a new adventure to open a gift shop called Earthy Imaginations, taking the love of my hobby to the next level.
    If you would like to connect with me and view more of my work you can find me at www.earthyimaginations.com, on facebook at https://facebook.com/EarthyImaginations, and on Etsy under my shop name Earthy Imaginations.







    www.earthyimaginations.com

  • Wednesday, February 28, 2018 2:03 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)

    Art by Susan Dancer


    Susan is a multi-media visual artist and writer. She is fascinated by story, myth and archetype, and how these can be used as tools for individual evolution. Susan paints, writes and illustrates childrens books, and has made a number of short documentaries dealing with culture, immigration and inclusion.
    A few years ago Susan began a quest into the Divine Feminine; how a cultures religious ideology affects the treatment of women and Mother Earth within the culture. Seeing how our current western mythology has sidelined the feminine, she looked at different cultures and societies to find where the goddesses have gone. She found the Creator Goddesses of old had largely been kicked out, into the dark, deep regions of our psyche. The powerful male god sent his mother to the basement and now the world is paying for it.
    Susans ongoing painting project, Goddesses, is a reflection of this quest. The paintings are watercolour pencil and watercolour paint on small squares of birch plywood and will be part of a show where an entire wall is covered with images of Goddesses.
    Susan was born in northern Canada and lives in a small town in the beautiful Canadian Rocky Mountains. She has a BFA in Art and Design from the University of Alberta.

    website: http://susandancer.wixsite.com/artist
    Email dsdancer@telus.net


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