Friday, June 23, 2017

Midsummer Musings

Happy solstice and new moon blessings! I was reflecting that 20 years ago, I was in Alaska on Summer Solstice, working in a fishing Camp on the Nushagak River!! I took this photo, looking across the river at 10:30 PM! 

What a lovely summer, (despite washing thousands of dishes!!) Slept in a tent, drew lots of earth energy, saw eagle, cariboo, moose, and are lots of fresh salmon! It's one of the few scrapbooks I actually competed, and I'm glad I have memories of the summer in this format!

One of my intentional Creativity SiStars, Amber, is offering her semi-annual Woman Unleashed event, and Shiloh had us paint our Succulent Woman ... I worked in my Smashbook! 

Dakini of the Divine Dance

Another IC friend, Sajar J, brought the blessings of Cancer, inviting us to draw/paint a crab, with the constellation superimposed; and get in touch with her messages.

One I received was the claws, which both grasp something new, and release what's no longer needed! What in your life is ready to be released? Another, mentioned by several, is the crab walk, a sideways approach is sometimes more effective! This weekend I'm offering a Smashbook class, and it will be fun to show these page examples.

This Moon's Sacred Path teaching is on Divine Connection, and we put on music and added pattern to the garments of our ladies. Shiloh connected she does this often, just steps into the Divine flow with pattern

I loved the flow of this step! Next - lights and darks on the faces, which are so rich right now, ....


Blessings of the Sumner, and happy Paint Party Friday!

6 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

Beautiful paintings, so full of deep meaning, thanks for sharing. Happy PPF, hugs, Valerie

Linda Kunsman said...

Love reading the meaning behind your beautiful art. The last one is my favorite- love the lighted faces. Happy PPF!

Faye said...

Love that last one. So beautiful.

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

Oh how gorgeous your art is! It's so rich and full of meaning.

Nadya said...

Thank you!! I'm about 1/2 way through the painting process for the ladies, a year long journey! Hugs!!

NatashaMay said...

Ladies look fabulous!:)