The seed of life, bursting with love and light.
Left: Space prior to remodel
Right: Mock-up design
This series of murals were realized in a Portland, Oregon home. All murals, walls, and trim were designed to create a home which reflect the homeowner's connection to nature. Each mural animates the home owners travels, walks through forest parks, camel rides, and being out at sea.
Green forest ambiance for the walls.
In the East, it is believed that each finger has a certain energy/element associated with it. The practice of mudras helps balance the energies/elements and their flow within the body.
Gesture Of Turning The Wheel illustrates the mudra Dharmachakra to show transformation and transition from one reality to the next. Geometric shapes stem out of her fingers, becoming this new reality, created as she intends it. The meaning of the geometric shapes came to me as I painted them.
The ram is a self starter. One that makes way for new beginnings.
The homeowner wanted to raise sheep on a farm to connect with nature. Consciousness to the day to day routine of raising sheep and livestock is restored by The Ram. He now grows food and raises animals. Among them 5 sheep.
The bright yellow color counters the gloomy grey winters of the northwest.
Strawberries he grew in the backyard.
Morning glory seeds contain LSA, and can have strong mental effects.