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Diana

Diana

While living in the USA in the seventies I discovered an old art form which consisted of painting on shelf fungi (ganoderma applanatum, which grow to a very large size in the forests of the Eastern US). The oldest example I saw was of naive art dated 1890 so I knew they lasted once taken from the tree and thoroughly dried out.

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Brighid Walks the Land

Brighid Walks the Land

Helena Nelson-Reed has long been fascinated by myth, fairy tales, legends, and mysticism as well as history, cultures, and spiritual paths different from her own. Born in Seattle, Washington, she grew up in Marin County and Napa Valley, California, but eventually made Illinois her home.

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Queen of Owls

Queen of Owls

Tiana writes: “I had, from early in my life, a way of ‘seeing’ that inevitably led to a convoluted journey through esoteric teachings.

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The Crone

The Crone

Ann writes: “It was in 2001 that Tyna Redpath first invited me to photograph the Glastonbury Goddess Conference, co-founded with Kathy Jones in 1996.

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Free!

Free!

Gaia writes:  Free! is one of my very first original paintings. I am stripped of the clothes of family, religion and society’s conditioning and expectations. I am naked like a newborn excited about a new life and a new world.

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