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The Divine in Me is all about creation and how it turn us a particle of the Divinity. When we establish contact with our “creative being”, we become a channel for the Superior Power to manifest through us. When we have an idea, it becomes first “plasmed” in the upper planes as materialized thoughts. Then we turn them real in the physical level, through a painting, music, poetry or whatever artistic language we are trained on. I represented this principle by an ethereal sunflower garden – the sunflower is linked to the symbolism Sun/God/Creation – from which we pick the “flowers of imagination” we once planted and bring them to life in the real world.

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Comments

  • orpheusine
    orpheusineabout 5 years ago

    beautiful soft colors, tranquil…love the sunflowers

  • mimi yoon
    mimi yoonabout 5 years ago

    devine….

  • Vivian V  Mairo
    Vivian V Mairoabout 5 years ago

    important

  • Alan Findlater
    Alan Findlaterabout 5 years ago

    simply beautiful

  • Jan Landers
    Jan Landersabout 5 years ago

    amazing, beautiful, inpirational art…..i love the gentle feeling, the colors, the intention…..

  • Syd Baker
    Syd Bakerabout 5 years ago

    I love your style, the realism showing through many more layers of symbolism and the surreal, and especially your description of the source of the creative, you managed to put into words something I have felt but couldn’t quite articulate! May I also add something from my own journal:
    I’d like to offer a comment I’ve been giving to artists endeavoring to promote and illustrate their ideas and feelings of peace, especially the concepts of oneness as a people of earth that rise above petty conflict and discord, each and every creative endeavor has a power in itself to influence, especially on the internet, be it painting or drawing, photo, digital, song, structure, sculpture poem performance story quilt ceramic cloth steel iron wood paper stone or even a batch of cookies, they all add to the undying ever growing Tools Of Peace, that’s our contribution as Creatives, evermore… I salute you!

  • gillsart
    gillsartabout 5 years ago

    Excellent !

  • marak
    marakabout 5 years ago

    stunningly divine!!!!!!!!!!!

  • helene ruiz
    helene ruizabout 5 years ago

    beautiful!!!

  • Emma  Wertheim ~
    Emma Wertheim ~about 5 years ago

    This is amazing!

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