Deer Spirit Print
For nature lovers and people of spirit across world cultures, animals and birds hold a special place in our hearts. Spiritual meanings of animals vary in different traditions, so I painted this series of Spirit Animals with a general intention to promote love and reverence for animals. The background design is inspired by native weaving along with western motifs. My love of textiles, animals, and interest in nature-based spiritual traditions led me to choose this vibrant combination. In respect for indigenous cultures, I chose not to replicate any significant spiritual designs, instead I created a simple design based on more commonly used motifs.
10% of the sales from this print will be donated to World Wildlife Fund.
Family Tree print
~Cherish and nurture family~
‘Family Tree’ celebrates how birds often flock together and tend to their nests. Much like a traditional family tree chart, this piece illustrates three generations of various Jay family members including the Stellar Jay, Blue Jay and Scrub Jay. The original painting was donated to the Audubon Society, and prints are now available!
20% of each print sold will also be donated to Audubon.
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Fire & Water print
In Eastern traditions, dragons are known to symbolize strength, long life and good fortune. This piece was originally created to celebrate Portland, Oregon’s dragon boat races. Roses on the oars symbolize Portland, the City of Roses.
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