Holy Beings | Goddesses
There are holy beings that you feel deeply connected to even if they are not on your spirit guide team. They could be Jesus Christ, Shiva, Buddha, Goddess Isis, Kuan Yin, Mother Mary, Lady Nada, or someone unknown to the major population yet represents love and light, compassion and wisdom for YOU personally.
For me it is Mother Green Tara, a Bodhisattva of Tibetan tradition. When I was in my deepest valleys of darkness, I called out to her many times with absolute love and devotion. Nothing were changed for me, but every time, after letting myself feel the sorrow and pain, I pick myself up and find wisdom in little things hidden around me that help me pierce through the storm.
I always believe in my own power, yet benevolent support is invaluable and fills the world with magic. If you are here looking at this, you probably could think of a similar being that hold the same space in your heart. Let me know how we could collaborate to anchor your vision of light into this realm of beautiful matter.
The process of creating each piece includes connecting through Zoom/Skype, initial sketches, approval by you, then final illustration. These will be hand painted using Adobe Photoshop and printed on A3 paper with archival pigments. Hand signed and shipped with care.
Full body with Background, digital painted and printed. 800 USD + shipping
Portrait only. 500 USD + shipping
If you would like to commission watercolor pieces like below, please get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org
A bodhisattva who embodies the compassion of all Buddhas. Her calmness among stormy sea is depicted here
A bodhisattva of wisdom that cuts through all delusion. This depiction combines aspects of Mahayana and Vajrayana traditions
A bodhisattva who is prophesied to appear on Earth in the far future. His appearance here is familiar to the Asian tradition
Animation & Visualization
Visualization is an important part of meditational practices of many traditions. Sometimes all one need is a sequence of steps to grasp the beauty and experience the breath of their bestowed teaching
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This was the first thangka I was commissioned to paint in acrylic and gold foil ink. It was the proof to myself that I could follow the art path and let go of "security" and embrace groundlessness as Pema Chodron put it.
This painting gave me the strength to stop working as an architect and start my endless journey of growing closer to myself artistically, emotionally and spiritually.
Get in touch if you want to commission a piece for your home or temple. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org