Description: The Black Hole 18″x24″ was published in the textbook “Imaginez“. This piece developed from the poem Black Hole I wrote in 1999. The term Black Hole here is multidimensional and thus transcends the region of space from which there is no return; it can be associated with the Breath or any current that pulls creation […]

(18″ x 8″ acrylic on canvas) Description: This piece was created from the poem Le Feminin Noir in celebration of the Divine Feminine in its Essence and all its manifest octaves. Year of Creation: 2006 ~ Le Feminin Noir ~ … Empreintes lumineuses, Le Feminin Noir, principe pieux Immanifeste comme le Elle de Dieu, Nous sommes le

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(14″x11″ acrylic on canvas panel) Description: when inflamed with divine love. “Inflamed” the poem can be read below. This piece was my very first acrylic painting on canvas panel so it is dear to me. Once one has known the inflamed presence of Love, it’s impossible to step away from it in order to sustain

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(14″ x 18″ acrylic on canvas panel) Description: This piece is in homage to the feminine, regenerating properties of the Sun. The sacred Harp concept here accompanies the healing function of the Sun. The painting’s movements relate to the effect of Harp’s sounds upon noble souls who are systemically forced into exclusion… which eventually leads

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(18″ x 24″ acrylic on canvas panel) Description: Becoming Sky the poem inspired this painting whose creation brought me the utmost joy: it’s about the swirling inner Sky that unfolds within when we’re not afraid to embrace our true nature: egolessness. Year of Creation: 2006 ~ On Becoming Sky: Dervisha ~ I met your pure eyes and

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  (12″ x 16″ acrylic on canvas panel) Description: This painting started from the poem ” Paradise is here, now!” Year of Creation: 2005 ~ Paradise is … ~ Paradise is here, now! We take walks in it constantly mingling with the Presence that pours Its light in our secret lamps to extinguish the self

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