A puzzle painting created on my Cintiq interactive tablet and lots of imagination and energy.
Having painted with acrylic polymers for the last forty years, I am now expressing my ideas with digital art, which suits the speed of my creative vision.
This beautiful collage of torn paper symbolizes the richness of the earth. I created it as anThe earth does not belong to us “earthy” background for Chief Seattle’s environmental quote. “Whatever befalls the earth befalls the children of the earth.” In 1855, our Native Americans truly understood the importance of
The current flows rapidly in swirls and eddies down the river. At the bottom are stones, which become more and more rounded and polished by the water flow as the years go by. In contrast, the stones at the bottom of a stagnant pool remain craggy and soon become covered
The spiral as a symbol of growth dates back thousands of years with the Celts and Native Americans. In expectation of new growth, the nautilus naturally adds another chamber. Our lives are not circles of seasons, but upward spirals of spiritual growth if we focus on our non-physical, but
This old 70’s favorite is the key to mindfulness, which opens up the fountain of creativity.
Creativity enhances your life, even if you’re not an artist. Check out this article on the impact of creativity on your mental and emotional health. http://www.cnn.com/2012/05/25/health/enayati-innovation-passion-stress/Understanding Preschool Art
Art makes visible the freedom of the spirit if we can give up the need to constantly be in control.
I designed this card as a special way to say “Thank You”, and also to connect kindness with gratitude. The open hand gathers; the grateful person completes the circle of kindness. The border consists of gifts and hearts which echo the words. You can see more inspirational work on www.jacquelineoriginals.etsy.com