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Posted on April 6, 2015 by Helen White
A year ago, I painted a tree that had just come into blossom, on the corner by the hidden lake in the forest where I often walk. In fact, I painted it twice; the resultant paintings being called ‘Rebirth’ and … Continue reading →
Posted in Art, Art metaphor, Art transformation tool, Consciousness & evolution, Floral art, Health & wellbeing, Life choices, Life journey, Light, Personal Development, Photography | Tagged Andrea Stephenson, blackthorn, blossom, contrast, folklore, Harvesting Hecate, paintings of blossom, radiance, springtime, trees | 2 Comments
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