Animal Spirit Guide collection

The greatest gift animals can offer us is a direct link to the sacred. In the spiritual traditions of many indigenous cultures, animals are not only respected for their blessings of food, clothing, and shelter, but are also revered as great teachers, embodying the consciousness of Mother Earth and bringing messages and lessons from Spirit itself. 
This growing collection of Animal Spirit Guide paintings has become my main focus creatively. They speak directly to my Soul's Purpose and I hope they speak to you as well.  
 

rED TAIL HAWK SPIRIT  

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12" x 36" Oil on canvas  
Hawk Medicine: Visionary power, life purpose, messenger

RAVEN SPIRIT  

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12" x 36" Oil on canvas  
Raven Medicine: Magic, allowing the death of one era to create the birth of another.

sNOWY OWL SPIRIT  

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12" x 36" Oil on canvas  
Owl Medicine: Observation, prophecy, seeing through obscuration.

 

DYANI  

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30" x 40" Oil on canvas  
Wolf Medicine:  Guardian, family, harmony through communication.

 

THE ALCHEMIST  

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18" x 24" Oil on canvas  
Raccoon Medicine: Resourcefulness, dexterity, transformation through disguise.

 

KINDRED

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15" x 30"  Oil on canvas  
Wolf Medicine:  Guardian, family, harmony through communication.

 

SOUL MATES

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16" x 40"  Oil on canvas  
Raven Medicine: Magic, allowing the death of one era to create the birth of another.

 

SEER

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18" x 24"  Oil on canvas   
Owl Medicine:  Observation, prophecy, seeing through obscuration.

 

SHAPESHIFTER

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24" x 24"  Oil on canvas   
FOX MEDICINE:  Shapeshifting, camouflage, freeing of creative life force

 

Read more about the Animal Spirit Guide Project on the blog.


Figures, flora & fauna

Portraits and figures were my first big love as I took my initial steps into the craft of oil painting almost 20 years ago. Inspired greatly by John Singer Sargent and the like, the figures tell their stories in quiet moments and reflective glances. Those stories grew to include animals, beloved pets, and even flowers.