Monday, July 13, 2009
Art and art work is very personal. Think about the jewelry you wear. No doubt your watch, your earrings, and any other trinket you wear reflects your fashion style. Consider for a moment what you have chosen for the walls of your home or office. People want any photos or prints or paintings to resonate with them and to speak to the viewer in some way. Art work is expressive, so there can be emotional connections from the energy infused in any piece itself.
The image at the top of this post was done by someone in my circle who is talented and dear to my heart; to me this image is so realistic I can almost smell the sage that circles the Indian man's head! The first time I saw it, there were tears in my eyes. The energy of its creator resonates with my own; I admire this artist so, quite naturally, I admire this artist's work.
Chris Garza is the young artist who created this beautiful image. If you would like more samples of Garza's breathtaking images you are welcome to send a message to his contact person: firstname.lastname@example.org . You might mention you found Chris's Indian man on Mother Connie Sez.
You are welcome to comment on this piece of art. You know the drill-comments must be moderated-and we are so grateful for every person who takes the time to stop by and leave their mark.
Art work is therapeutic. So are The Healing Codes. You can see just how the therapeutic powers of The Healing Codes affected Dr. Ben Johnson if you CLICK HERE.