“Where Dreams Serve Your Soul” Drawings for Sale

The Place where Dreams Come to Serve your Soul
“The Place where Dreams Come to Serve your Soul” Sold

I was looking through some ancient art on Pinterest and saw a woman, made of bone with Lapis lazuli eyes  from 4000BC Egypt.  She looked so familiar to me, like someone I knew, it was hard to believe she was so old.  I knew I would be inspired by her and when I started my next drawing, there she was in the center of a tree.  These words came to me as I drew: “Welcome to the place where your dreams come to serve your soul”.

I offer you an apple
“I offer you an apple” Sold

That’s Iris with the orange hair.  Her hair isn’t always orange, but it’s pretty much the same style.  I think she’s going to make it to a potholder, I’m growing fond of her. She showed up in one of my other drawings, and here she is again.  Yesterday, as we were driving back from Brattleboro and I was seeing her on a potholder and realized her name was Iris.   Here she’s being goddess, lightening, apples, moons and well, I’m not sure how the dog house fits in, but that’s Iris for ya.

Sugar
“Sugar” Sold

“Sugar” was obviously inspired by my trip to NYC.  The girl seems to be very much in her life, but on the edge of something, aware or unaware of the vast possibilities, known and unknown before her.

All three drawings are for sale Sold.  They are pencil on archival paper 9″x 12″.   They are $25 + $5 shipping each.  If you’re interested in any of them, just email me here or at [email protected]  I take checks and paypal.

7 thoughts on ““Where Dreams Serve Your Soul” Drawings for Sale

    1. Well Kathy, I hadn’t thought of it, but now I am since you asked. Right now I don’t want to do commissioned drawings. They serve a different purpose for me. The thought of a commissioned piece doesn’t feel right to me just now.

  1. Maria,

    I understand what you mean about not wanting to do commissioned art. I’ve just learned to knit and have been doing yoga for years and find both relaxing and something I do for me. I wouldn’t want to “be under the gun” for either. I’ll just keep trying….. Your art is so wonderfully whimsical!

    Kathy P

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