She Who Makes Land
She Who Makes Land

Medium: mixed media paints on canvas

Size: 24x36 inches

Series: The Feminine Almighty

Pele, a goddess known intimately by the Indigenous peoples of Hawaii, who named her She Who Makes the Land, is still revered today. In my painting her dress is the land erupting as she moves forward carrying a bouquet of flaming roses. In the background are silhouettes of war machines sent to stop her, a statement about the futility of weapons when confronting the power of nature.

She Who Harbors the Sea
She Who Harbors the Sea

Medium: mixed media paints on canvas

Size: 48x60 inches

Mermaids who in Celtic myths were known as selkies or seal-women, were revered and feared and to this day continue to fascinate. My painting is based on Sedna, a Native American seal deity who guards the ocean. She Who Harbors the Sea is my most recent addition to The Feminine Almighty Series.

I began the painting with oil, water and acrylic mediums mixed with pigments and paint that I poured and spread with a brush. I was so surprised by the watery outcome after it dried, that I changed my plans, which is how I discovered Sedna.

She Germinates Vision
She Germinates Vision

Medium: mixed media paints on canvas

Size: 24x36 inches

Series: The Feminine Almighty

The Ancient Greeks named her Artemis, the Romans named her Diana. She was a huntress and forest guardian, and a virgin, like Mary. In my painting her arrow holds seeds ready to be propelled forward from her bow as owls observe her from under the full moon. Connected to all life, she is part animal, part plant.

She Sustains Balance
She Sustains Balance

Medium: mixed media paints on canvas

Size: 24x36 inches

Series: The Feminine Almighty

Holding a scale to weigh the desire for golden eggs against a feather, this diva was inspired by the Ancient Egyptian Goddess Hathor. Her dress is woven of the life sustained by water with a window depicting the depth of life that she carries within her soul. In her right hand she holds a symbol for life made of a rooted and sprouting branch, in the shape of an ankh; the symbol of women as life givers. Incense offerings rise from the bowls that surround her as she stands on hot coals, unfettered.

She Sees What is Becoming
She Sees What is Becoming

Medium: mixed media paints on canvas

Size: 24x36 inches

Series: The Feminine Almighty

Skuld, the youngest of the three Norn sisters, was more powerful than any god because she could foretell the future, discarding her sisters knowledge of the past and present. The Norns have been revered as seers since ancient times. In fairy tales they were The Three Godmothers, Raphael painted them as the three Graces, and in Shakespeare, The Three Fates. Her wings are sprouting life.In my rendition she creates the future as she pours water from a sacred vessel nurturing the land before her, causing ferns to unfold their spirals before her. Her hair holds the universe, her wings are branches that sprout life on Earth.

She Holds the Key
She Holds the Key

Medium: mixed media paints on canvas

Size: 24x36 inches

Series: The Feminine Almighty

This painting hails Demeter, the ancient goddess of seasons who laid lush fruitful land barren when her daughter Persephone went missing. I painted her with a doorway in the center of her body, to which she holds a key on barbed wire. She is connected to Earth through the trees she is part of. This painting brought tears to my eyes when I stepped back and judged its completion.

She Resonates Harmony
She Resonates Harmony

Like Skuld, Saraswati was part of a trinity. The four armed goddess permeated all of Asia with her attributes of knowledge, music and the arts, and the vulnerable sought her protection. In my painting she plays a rooted instrument that grounds her and entwines her as it grows into a tree sprouting magical golden apples. A sacred bird, carries her music through dimensions, portrayed with a window in the background. Life in the water, of which she is a part, thrives with her resonance.

Projection on Stage from my MUSIC Series
Projection on Stage from my MUSIC Series

Music and art make magic on stage at the Lensic Theater. Although these paintings are small, they worked beautifully as projections. I love to collaborate creatively with others. Contact me with any questions.

Photo by Daniel Quat photography

Ravens and Drums
Ravens and Drums

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 30x24 inches

Series: MUSIC

Story: This painting is a commission from my MUSIC series of paintings that were projected on the stage during the New Mexico Platinum Music Awards at the historic Lensic theater in Santa Fe, NM.

Humming Through Time
Humming Through Time

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size:12x17.5x4 inches

Series: MUSIC

Story: This painting from my MUSIC series was inspired by a story shared with me by producer David Schwartz. He left his house for a meeting scheduled with co-founder of Hummingbird Music Camp, Wanda Higgins. The walk to his car was thwarted by a persistent hummingbird that fluttered in his face for several minutes. It was at the time of Wanda’s passing. She was 97.

This painting became the cover for the program of the New Mexico Platinum Music Awards and projected on the stage during performances at the historic Lensic Theater in Santa Fe, NM.

Raven and Drums
Raven and Drums

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size:17.5x12x4 inches

Series: MUSIC

A portion of every sale supports music in New Mexico schools.

Horny Bees
Horny Bees

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 12x17.5x4 inches

Series: MUSIC

A portion of every sale supports music in New Mexico schools.

Surreal Vibrant Victrola
Surreal Vibrant Victrola

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 17.5x12x4 inches

Series: MUSIC

A portion of every sale supports music in New Mexico schools.

Surreal Snail
Surreal Snail

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 17.5x12x4 inches

Series: MUSIC

A portion of every sale supports music in New Mexico schools.

Viola Ladder
Viola Ladder

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 12x17.5x4 inches

Series: MUSIC

A portion of every sale supports music in New Mexico schools.

Saturnalia
Saturnalia

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on three canvases, a triptych

Size: each ONE (of three canvases) is 21x84 inches

Series: Glow in the Dark

Story: As the sun sets the moon brightens. This is how it appears in full daylight.

Saturnalia
Saturnalia

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on three canvases, a triptych

Size: each ONE (of three canvases) is 21x84 inches

Series: Glow in the Dark

Story: As the sun sets the moon brightens. The moon is beginning to reveal its glow.

Saturnalia (glowing at night)
Saturnalia (glowing at night)

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on three canvases, a triptych

Size: each ONE (of three canvases) is 21x84 inches

Series: Glow in the Dark

Story: The room is dark. The moon is revealing its full glow. You can see I painted a few tree branches too.

Ghost Trees
Ghost Trees

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 48x60 inches

Series: Glow in the Dark

Story: The moon glows in the dark as the room darkens in this painting that evokes the spirit world of trees.

Drinking the Light
Drinking the Light

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 24x30inches

Series: Glow in the Dark

Story: I painted a series titled Flowers in the Storm which this fits, although I placed it in the Glow in the Dark series becasue the lightning glows in the dark. It is inspired by my amazement at how flowers survive violent storms. Ah nature…

Drinking the Light (glowing at night)
Drinking the Light (glowing at night)

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 24x30inches

Series: Glow in the Dark

Story: I painted a series titled Flowers in the Storm which this fits, although I placed it in the Glow in the Dark series, it is inspired by my amazement at how flowers survive violent storms. Ah nature…The lightning is glowing in a dark room.

Babylon IV
Babylon IV

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 12x36 inches

Series: Babylon

Story: A post apocolyptic surreal series of city-scapes made of chess pieces and overgrown with greenery. It could also be part of my Glow in the Dark series, as the moon glows.

Babylon IV (glowing at night)
Babylon IV (glowing at night)

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 12x36 inches

Series: Babylon

Story: From my post apocolypce surreal series of city-scapes made of chess pieces and overgrown with greenery. It could also be part of my Glow in the Dark series. Here you see it in a dark room.

HOPE
HOPE

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 30x24 inches

Series: Glow in the Dark

Story: During a time of intense change in my life a very small butterfly appeared inside my studio. I painted it on the toe of the girl as she swings over a surreal and unknown landscape. The moon glows blue in a dark room.

Hope (glowing at night)
Hope (glowing at night)

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 30x24 inches

Series: Glow in the Dark

Story: During a time of intense change in my life a very small butterfly appeared inside my studio. I painted it on the toe of the girl as she swings over a surreal and unknown landscape. Here is the painting glowing in a dark room.

She Who Makes Land
She Who Harbors the Sea
She Germinates Vision
She Sustains Balance
She Sees What is Becoming
She Holds the Key
She Resonates Harmony
Projection on Stage from my MUSIC Series
Ravens and Drums
Humming Through Time
Raven and Drums
Horny Bees
Surreal Vibrant Victrola
Surreal Snail
Viola Ladder
Saturnalia
Saturnalia
Saturnalia (glowing at night)
Ghost Trees
Drinking the Light
Drinking the Light (glowing at night)
Babylon IV
Babylon IV (glowing at night)
HOPE
Hope (glowing at night)
She Who Makes Land

Medium: mixed media paints on canvas

Size: 24x36 inches

Series: The Feminine Almighty

Pele, a goddess known intimately by the Indigenous peoples of Hawaii, who named her She Who Makes the Land, is still revered today. In my painting her dress is the land erupting as she moves forward carrying a bouquet of flaming roses. In the background are silhouettes of war machines sent to stop her, a statement about the futility of weapons when confronting the power of nature.

She Who Harbors the Sea

Medium: mixed media paints on canvas

Size: 48x60 inches

Mermaids who in Celtic myths were known as selkies or seal-women, were revered and feared and to this day continue to fascinate. My painting is based on Sedna, a Native American seal deity who guards the ocean. She Who Harbors the Sea is my most recent addition to The Feminine Almighty Series.

I began the painting with oil, water and acrylic mediums mixed with pigments and paint that I poured and spread with a brush. I was so surprised by the watery outcome after it dried, that I changed my plans, which is how I discovered Sedna.

She Germinates Vision

Medium: mixed media paints on canvas

Size: 24x36 inches

Series: The Feminine Almighty

The Ancient Greeks named her Artemis, the Romans named her Diana. She was a huntress and forest guardian, and a virgin, like Mary. In my painting her arrow holds seeds ready to be propelled forward from her bow as owls observe her from under the full moon. Connected to all life, she is part animal, part plant.

She Sustains Balance

Medium: mixed media paints on canvas

Size: 24x36 inches

Series: The Feminine Almighty

Holding a scale to weigh the desire for golden eggs against a feather, this diva was inspired by the Ancient Egyptian Goddess Hathor. Her dress is woven of the life sustained by water with a window depicting the depth of life that she carries within her soul. In her right hand she holds a symbol for life made of a rooted and sprouting branch, in the shape of an ankh; the symbol of women as life givers. Incense offerings rise from the bowls that surround her as she stands on hot coals, unfettered.

She Sees What is Becoming

Medium: mixed media paints on canvas

Size: 24x36 inches

Series: The Feminine Almighty

Skuld, the youngest of the three Norn sisters, was more powerful than any god because she could foretell the future, discarding her sisters knowledge of the past and present. The Norns have been revered as seers since ancient times. In fairy tales they were The Three Godmothers, Raphael painted them as the three Graces, and in Shakespeare, The Three Fates. Her wings are sprouting life.In my rendition she creates the future as she pours water from a sacred vessel nurturing the land before her, causing ferns to unfold their spirals before her. Her hair holds the universe, her wings are branches that sprout life on Earth.

She Holds the Key

Medium: mixed media paints on canvas

Size: 24x36 inches

Series: The Feminine Almighty

This painting hails Demeter, the ancient goddess of seasons who laid lush fruitful land barren when her daughter Persephone went missing. I painted her with a doorway in the center of her body, to which she holds a key on barbed wire. She is connected to Earth through the trees she is part of. This painting brought tears to my eyes when I stepped back and judged its completion.

She Resonates Harmony

Like Skuld, Saraswati was part of a trinity. The four armed goddess permeated all of Asia with her attributes of knowledge, music and the arts, and the vulnerable sought her protection. In my painting she plays a rooted instrument that grounds her and entwines her as it grows into a tree sprouting magical golden apples. A sacred bird, carries her music through dimensions, portrayed with a window in the background. Life in the water, of which she is a part, thrives with her resonance.

Projection on Stage from my MUSIC Series

Music and art make magic on stage at the Lensic Theater. Although these paintings are small, they worked beautifully as projections. I love to collaborate creatively with others. Contact me with any questions.

Photo by Daniel Quat photography

Ravens and Drums

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 30x24 inches

Series: MUSIC

Story: This painting is a commission from my MUSIC series of paintings that were projected on the stage during the New Mexico Platinum Music Awards at the historic Lensic theater in Santa Fe, NM.

Humming Through Time

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size:12x17.5x4 inches

Series: MUSIC

Story: This painting from my MUSIC series was inspired by a story shared with me by producer David Schwartz. He left his house for a meeting scheduled with co-founder of Hummingbird Music Camp, Wanda Higgins. The walk to his car was thwarted by a persistent hummingbird that fluttered in his face for several minutes. It was at the time of Wanda’s passing. She was 97.

This painting became the cover for the program of the New Mexico Platinum Music Awards and projected on the stage during performances at the historic Lensic Theater in Santa Fe, NM.

Raven and Drums

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size:17.5x12x4 inches

Series: MUSIC

A portion of every sale supports music in New Mexico schools.

Horny Bees

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 12x17.5x4 inches

Series: MUSIC

A portion of every sale supports music in New Mexico schools.

Surreal Vibrant Victrola

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 17.5x12x4 inches

Series: MUSIC

A portion of every sale supports music in New Mexico schools.

Surreal Snail

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 17.5x12x4 inches

Series: MUSIC

A portion of every sale supports music in New Mexico schools.

Viola Ladder

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 12x17.5x4 inches

Series: MUSIC

A portion of every sale supports music in New Mexico schools.

Saturnalia

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on three canvases, a triptych

Size: each ONE (of three canvases) is 21x84 inches

Series: Glow in the Dark

Story: As the sun sets the moon brightens. This is how it appears in full daylight.

Saturnalia

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on three canvases, a triptych

Size: each ONE (of three canvases) is 21x84 inches

Series: Glow in the Dark

Story: As the sun sets the moon brightens. The moon is beginning to reveal its glow.

Saturnalia (glowing at night)

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on three canvases, a triptych

Size: each ONE (of three canvases) is 21x84 inches

Series: Glow in the Dark

Story: The room is dark. The moon is revealing its full glow. You can see I painted a few tree branches too.

Ghost Trees

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 48x60 inches

Series: Glow in the Dark

Story: The moon glows in the dark as the room darkens in this painting that evokes the spirit world of trees.

Drinking the Light

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 24x30inches

Series: Glow in the Dark

Story: I painted a series titled Flowers in the Storm which this fits, although I placed it in the Glow in the Dark series becasue the lightning glows in the dark. It is inspired by my amazement at how flowers survive violent storms. Ah nature…

Drinking the Light (glowing at night)

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 24x30inches

Series: Glow in the Dark

Story: I painted a series titled Flowers in the Storm which this fits, although I placed it in the Glow in the Dark series, it is inspired by my amazement at how flowers survive violent storms. Ah nature…The lightning is glowing in a dark room.

Babylon IV

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 12x36 inches

Series: Babylon

Story: A post apocolyptic surreal series of city-scapes made of chess pieces and overgrown with greenery. It could also be part of my Glow in the Dark series, as the moon glows.

Babylon IV (glowing at night)

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 12x36 inches

Series: Babylon

Story: From my post apocolypce surreal series of city-scapes made of chess pieces and overgrown with greenery. It could also be part of my Glow in the Dark series. Here you see it in a dark room.

HOPE

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 30x24 inches

Series: Glow in the Dark

Story: During a time of intense change in my life a very small butterfly appeared inside my studio. I painted it on the toe of the girl as she swings over a surreal and unknown landscape. The moon glows blue in a dark room.

Hope (glowing at night)

Medium: mixed media techniques and paints on canvas

Size: 30x24 inches

Series: Glow in the Dark

Story: During a time of intense change in my life a very small butterfly appeared inside my studio. I painted it on the toe of the girl as she swings over a surreal and unknown landscape. Here is the painting glowing in a dark room.

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