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A Jewel on a Thread Held Loosely

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SIZE 16x20

Unframed stretched canvas

Based on the Raven Creator mythology,

this version holds onto our very delicate and

fragile existence. Human behavior may assist

or hinder the durability of that single thread.

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For the Common Good

350.

SIZE 12x16  inches

 mixed media on 100% cotton rag paper

12 o clock

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Affirmation of Life

1000.

SIZE 18x24 inches

Stipple, mixed media on 100% cotton rag paper

Adam is represented accepting the apple from the tree of knowledge, causing  a lightning flash of curiosity and dawning of understanding about the human place in the universe.

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The Lesson

400.

SIZE 18x24 inches

Mixed media on 100% cotton rag paper

Crow schools the one-eyed buffalo

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Heart Chakras

1000.

SIZE  6'x2'

Acrylic and copper metallic paint on  wrap around painted canvas

A cross section of a human heart resembles two lovers entwined.  The arteries take on a Celtic interlace design. At the top, one drop of rainbow blood forms.

                                                                                                                                

More ancient

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Ishtar's Garden

1000.

SIZE  8"x10"

Copper plate etching on cotton rag paper, framed

 

More ancient than the accounts of Eve are the stories from the Middle East about Ishtar. The land between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers was  thought to be the most fertile, beautiful of all creation. 

Apple tales pop up in many cultures, usually as a symbol of knowledge or long life.They were the objects of quests.  Sometimes the apples grew in solid gold. This is my interpretation  and a blend of several ancient stories.