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wist vincent

As Alfred Kreymborg once said,

“The sky is that beautiful old parchment
in which the sun and the moon keep their diary.”

Vincent’s painting illustrates the season. Often, Southern California winter mornings start with a soupy cloud layer, but as noon approaches the clouds become wisps, playing peek-a-boo with the sun. Read Full Article →

invisible cities2 vismara

As sung by Jim Morrison,

“Are you a lucky little lady in the City of Light?
Or just another lost angel… City of Night?”

Nikki Vismara’s painting Invisible Cities 2 stirs the imagination. Mythical places like Hogsworth, Middle Earth and Atlantis come to mine as I gaze into the lacy thread work of an unseen metropolis in this painting.

Do spirits reside among us in castles beyond our realm? Read Full Article →

frequencies5 gutierrez

As Nikola Tesla once said,

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe,
think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”

Katie Gutierrez’s painting Frequencies tunes me into the collective consciousness and thought waves of fellow designers. Read Full Article →

luminos koury

As Eli Khamarov once said,

The best things in life are unexpected – because there were no expectations.

Aleah Koury‘s painting prompted me to ponder the unexpected.

Life doesn’t always follow a straight path. Unexpected twists and turns mix things up a bit. Although we may plan, strategize, or say the right thing, unexpected chaos often intervenes. Is it the higher spirit nudging us toward a better good, or is our inner self, subconsciously directing us? Read Full Article →

facets2 koury

As Hermes Trismegistus once said,

“As above, so below, as within, so without, as the universe, so the soul…”

Aleah Koury‘s painting brings to mind the saying, as above, so below, and the duality of nature – human, or otherwise. For example, the color red symbolize both love and hate; and navy blue represents the mysterious depth of space and sea. Read Full Article →


As John Greenleaf Whittier once said,

“Swan flocks of lilies shoreward lying,
In sweetness, not in music, dying.”

In many cultures, the water lily symbolizes love, purity and resurrection. In Bernard Weston‘s painting, the red water lily adds an element of surprise to a blue canvas pond. The red represents love, the water represents purity and the depiction of nature represents resurrection or new life. Read Full Article →

sweet spot1 rodriguez

As Ken Coleman once said,

“People are most successful when they are in their sweet spot.
Your sweet spot is the intersection where your passion meets your greatest strength.”

Selina Rodriguez‘s painting, titled, Sweet Spot, reminds me of gentle rain cleansing land, sea and air. Mother nature sends her love by quenching Earth’s sweet spot for thirst. Read Full Article →

dromnett nash

As Charles M. Schwab once said,

“There’s no limit possible to the expansion of each one of us.

CJ Nash’s painting looks like cells expanding.

And, similar to cell expansion, the new year encourages expansion. A new network of colleagues, a new skill, a new wardrobe, a new exercise program, or a new drama series to watch – whatever it is…begin now and continue to grow. Branch out and emerge from limitations. Free yourself from the past. Extend your boundaries, as you multiply your assets. Design a new website with expanded experience. Read Full Article →

elle peter

As William Godwin once said,

“The philosophy of the wisest man that ever existed,
is mainly derived from the act of introspection.”

Chrisopher Peter’s painting provokes quiet introspection as we close out the year, reflecting on the people, places and emotions that shape our souls. Both negative and positive experiences imprint memories to learn from. Life paints a unique design on our internal canvas. Through life lessons, our inner selves expand and grow like webs, connecting us to the collective consciousness, the universe and Higher Spirit.

Share the intricate designs within you. Connect with the world. May peace be with you. Namaste. Read Full Article →