Canyon Spirits - Medicine Visions II. Original energy painting.
Known as Yampah (“Big Medicine”) to the Native American Utes inhabiting the Glenwood Canyon (Colorado) area, the hot springs at the mouth of this canyon were used in many religious ceremonies. They were believed to possess amazing healing and visionary powers.
The area was held sacred for this reason as well as the golden energy that seems to emanate from the land itself. We can only imagine the wonder experienced by the first human to enter this almost surreal setting.
In her second painting of the area, Energy Artist Julia captures the beauty and deeply mystic hues of purple and gold the canyon emits as energy orbs (spirits) dance along sunlit canyon walls and over waters reflecting the colors of fall.
We are offering beautiful original mixed media paintings, created by Energy Artist Julia Watkins with a proprietary process on metal using fired resins, paints, and pigments.
This media gives these paintings a dazzling jewel-like quality that is stunning to look upon. The energies they emit are incredibly powerful. One of these paintings will change the nature of the energy in a room and your entire home. The artist will also customize the piece for your particular energies at no additional charge. Size 30" x 40" inches.
You can get an original by clicking "Add To Cart" above, by emailing us at email@example.com or by calling the artist directly at 303-915-2611.
How To Use It
Focus on this image and let the golden light wash over you much like closing your eyes and facing the sun. Let your mind float out over the golden water and mix with the energy orbs. Wait for a message with a calm mind and write down the first impression or image that enters your thoughts.
About Sacred Places
Sacred places exist around the world and have since the dawn of man attracted us to them on a highly instinctual level. Science offers explanations such as geologic meridians and magnetic vortexes.
What science cannot explain though is how we find them. Without knowing why, we are drawn to them and somehow realize that we stand on hallowed ground. Most of the great insights and visions which have guided the course of humanity have come from visits to such places.
In her new series of paintings, artist Julia Watkins creates metaphysical works that capture and emit the energy of our most sacred and powerful places … serving as a portal for those who cannot visit.
Paintings Of Your Own Sacred Places
Do you have a sacred place that is dear to you? Right now we are accepting a limited number of commissions for paintings of sacred places, mostly in the Americas and Europe to start.
These cost more than our regular commissions because the artist has to travel to the area. But, you get both a powerful metaphysical painting of your sacred place and a painting that is enhanced for your specific energy. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please Note: Due to travel requirements, the number of these we can do will be very limited so if this interests you please contact us immediately. Please be sure to provide the name and location of your sacred place as well as some information about the energy it has and any metaphysical experiences you may have had there.
About The Artist
A prodigy artist from a young age, Julia Watkins is best known as the founder of the Energism Art Movement, a style of art and concept where artists created art designed to help one connect to positive metaphysical energy and achieve higher levels of conscoiousness through art. Her paintings are in the collections of Deepak Chopra, Carnegie Mellon and Children's hospital.
For more information on Julia Watkins visit her website at http://www.platris.com or visit her on facebook and see what others have to say at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Energy-Artist-Julia/153285945646
Please Note: Like many of the artists before her, Energy Artist Julia will create more than one original painting using the same or similar composition and underpainting, especially in the early stages as she completes a number of studies. Each finished painting while similar, is discernible from the rest and is considered to be an original piece of artwork.
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