This week I did a mix of animals, abstract and environments that I hope you’ll like. First I did a Golden Eagle. Secondly, I did Golf Greens which hangs in the Alberta Hospital. Thirdly I made a “Desert Oasis” overlooking a lake. Next, I did an abstract picture that represents “Perspectives” of many entities. Finally, I finished the week off with a Polar Bear Guardian.
Please enjoy your stay. Love, Happiness, Justice and Peace.
Polar Bear Guardian
This is week 3 of my painting spree. The theme is the connection between nature and the great duality of it’s feminine and masculine entities.
- Sunset Tree
- Flaming Leaves and Roots
- Greater Spirits
- Duality of Creation
- Equinox Seasons by Trees
- Animal Totems
The first picture allowed me to play with the moss and bark of the tree. It also allowed me to bring in a mellow sunset.
The second one; I really just enjoyed the whole process of entangling tree roots to it’s flaming leaves. I also added some playful lighting or burning residue.
The spirits just represent the playfulness of life in itself through music and physical manifestations.
This fourth painting portrays the great universal feminine and masculine entities at work spiraling through time.
The Chronological Equinox Trees just represent all of time working together to bring forward the ascended tree.
The Animal Totem painting is a show of nature at it’s finest nurturing the Earth.
Thank you and enjoy.
These are the mythical creatures I’ve been working on for the last two weeks. Some are fictional and some are pure fantasy. Others are real but rare and some are common. I’ll be painting the Nobel Giant Eagle some time this week to add it to the collection.
- She Cried Wolf; Timber Wolf
- Flight or Fright; Peacock Phoenix
- The Majestic; Gryphon
- The Siberian Tiger
- The Ferocious; Dragon
- The Buck
- The Black Lion
- The Mystical Serpent
- The Great Squirel
- The Nobel Giant Eagle
Have a good stay,
The Black Lion
The Great Squirel