ABOVE AND BEYOND IMAGINATION
One sunny morning in September 2015 I lay out on the lawn and did a mother earth healing meditation.
That was the day I received a vision of Pegasus Vortex; it was a bright sharp vision that took my breath away. After my meditation I headed straight to town, bought a canvas and the journey began.
Truth is, I had no idea what I was doing or how I would create a painting from my vision, but I was determined to give it a go.
The journey was one of trusting my intuition.
I play inspirational music and meditations while I paint so I feel I work with this energy as well.
The energy of the vortex is healing, calming, cleansing.
Pegasus is free in spirit, leaving the earthly turmoil behind.
Pure in spirit,
Pegasus sores freely as he journeys the realms cleansing away impurities.
Pegasus is Integrity, Nobility, Truth, Love and Wisdom.
Pegasus Vortex will always be a masterpiece to me, now glossed, framed (a gift from my eldest son), hangs in my art room, reminding me that when things get tough to not quit.
Signed and dated 7th March 2017.
Mystical Power Animals
I was listening to a podcast about our mystical power animals.
When I heard that we all have a dragon, I immediately began the journey of connecting with my Fire Dragon.
Her name 'ILLUMINUS' came to me immediately.
Whilst painting Illuminus I would listen to 'One Step Forward', 'Crystalline Activation' and St Germain's Violet Flame of Transmutation.
The meditations were gifted to me some three years prior and I had forgotten about them.
I stumbled upon them when I started painting Illuminus. They were so perfect! Inspiring me to connect with my power animal, the rainbow energy and violet flame.
The very first message written on the canvas it self (now painted over) was
'Release all Fear from thy Being'
'It is time to heal all wounds relating to mother and father"
"I am Strength and Self-Confidence"
"I am Crystal Clear Will"
I call upon Illuminus to clear the path ahead of all lower energies and entities and to be guided by Archangel Gabriel.
Inspired by the need of some colour therapy, creating light, energy flow.
At the time of creating 'On the Edge' I was feeling a little isolated in the 'Artistic Cyber World! .
Hence the cabin standing on its own solid foundation.
The colours yellow, red and orange symbolize the Solar Plexus, Sacral and Base Chakras.
To be honest sometimes it feels like I am sucked into the unknown and daunting Cyber World of no return.
Some see this piece as a symbolization of global warming, there is no right nor wrong - it just is.
(Influence Bob Ross)
A fun project for my youngest son, Jerram.
An ocean scene capturing light and tranquillity.
This piece was inspired by the love and companionship our four-legged friends give to us.
Ready to conquer the ocean and protect his master from predators that dwell beneath.
A colourful scene, capturing the tranquillity of the great outdoors,
‘Gone Fishing’ was created for my eldest son, Harley.
A setting that encompasses his soulful time away from it all.
It was as if I was telling a story to his children, my future grandchildren, while I was painting this piece.
I wanted to capture a little of everything my son likes to do, including his new-found hobby, snowboarding hence why there are snowy mountains in the background, the palm tree signifies his holiday time at home in sub-tropical Queensland and the rest is as it is.
For my beautiful daughter, Krystal.
An expression of Love and Tranquility.
Inspired by my daughter and her partners first holiday together in Thailand.
The Frangipanis' are an extra, they symbolize beauty, strength, determination, peace and tranquillity.
Frangipanis' work with the heart and solar plexus chakras, bringing positive to one’s life.
The flowers resemble my daughters purity and determination throughout life.
A fleet of Viking boats sail the pristine waters on a mystical purple and blue moonlit night.
The fires are burning as they enter the shore.
All are welcomed by clan members as they prepare to feast and celebrate the forthcoming winter solstice.
The first ship represents the Vikings sea guardian, The Dragon, protector of its people.
Resembling strength and determination.
The second boat with its shields of copper and gold, its throwing axes on the sail represent honour and unity.
A big thank you to my son Jesse (my sunshine) who inspired me to paint Heart of the Viking!
'In Your Hands'
Inspired by a request from the Australian Wildlife Conservation to donate a piece for charity!
SAVE OUR FRESH WATER TURTLES!
Unfortunately I did not meet the deadline due to having to finish 'Heart of the Viking'!
Care of Wildlife and the Environment is the responsibility of every individual on this planet.
Living in a popular holiday destination has been an eye opener.
The amount of litter that is left behind on our beaches is disheartening.
On my many waterfront walks, I have picked up countless amounts of plastic and even witnessed people watch their plastic shopping bags being carried by the wind towards the water, with no care or concern to retrieve it.
"Every step we take towards caring for our environment makes a difference"
Capturing the beauty of our wildlife and natural world.
As the sun begins to set the koalas settle in an old gum tree.
Kangaroos watch over their Joey as the emu prepares his journey back to the distant mountains. The turtle enjoys the last rays of sunshine before heading back into the pure fresh water as the kookaburra flies above.