Hoc Opus

Hoc Opus

The term "hoc opus" means "Here is the work" and may be a precursor to our phrase "hocus pocus". In this piece, my creatrix has just brought forth her new familiar: a tiny skeletal dragon. As her skills grow, what other creatures might she unleash on our realm?

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The Memory of Dragons

The Memory of Dragons

Holding the only known dragon egg, she wonders if all that is left of these creatures is the memory. Will the egg hatch? And if so, how would it feel to know it was the last dragon?

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Global Array-Stonehenge

Global Array-Stonehenge

The "Global Array" series came out of a trip many years ago to Stonehenge. I was able to walk inside the circle while a guide explained that the mineral composition of the stones, and the way they were arranged, was very similar to how a battery operates. My mind has been blown ever since, and in my...

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Global Array-Giza

Global Array-Giza

The "Global Array" series came out of a trip many years ago to Stonehenge. I was able to walk inside the circle while a guide explained that the mineral composition of the stones, and the way they were arranged, was very similar to how a battery operates. My mind has been blown ever since, and in my...

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Global Array-Machupicchu

Global Array-Machupicchu

The "Global Array" series came out of a trip many years ago to Stonehenge. I was able to walk inside the circle while a guide explained that the mineral composition of the stones, and the way they were arranged, was very similar to how a battery operates. My mind has been blown ever since, and in my...

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Annunciation

Annunciation

This was inspired by the myriad artwork produced, especially in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, of the moment when the Virgin Mary is told by the Archangel Gabriel that she would conceive the Son of God.

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Peddlers of Pyromancy

Peddlers of Pyromancy

What tales are prophesied by the flames? The barkers are calling, "Step right up... step right up if you dare..."

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Wishes Aren't Free

Wishes Aren't Free

Not all djinni are happy to grant your wishes without some kind of recompense. Beware of strange bottles!

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The Last Hope

The Last Hope

Perched on a high crag and protected by her Wyrm, The Guardian keeps the last known dragon egg safe.

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Astral Traveller

Astral Traveller

On special nights, when the stars align just so, an initiate may wander into the circle and attempt the projection. Her soul may then wander where it will, exploring, experiencing different times and places, before rejoining the corporeal form at the first light of dawn.

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The Trick

The Trick

A bit of fun surrealism with elephants!

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The Snow Queen

The Snow Queen

Inspired by the tales of Narnia (with a little Golden Compass thrown in), The Snow Queen represents the iconic play of beauty and danger. We know the fate that will befall us, but we are drawn to her presence nonetheless.

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Angel

Angel

What might one see, wandering through the cemetery on a calm night?

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Counterspy of Europa

Counterspy of Europa

Mikala had worked with the droid probe for over 3 years. Their mission was to report intelligence concerning the strange new land masses that had been seen sprouting over the icy surface of Europa like fungi. But probes have the nasty habit of being free from complicity, and when KT503 found conflic...

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Where Angels Fear To Tread

Where Angels Fear To Tread

In a sacred crypt, the powers of light and dark converge. Neither is wholly of this world, and yet here is where each is tested, daemon against seraph, in a struggle beyond time.

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Wyrm Child

Wyrm Child

Some children just have a natural way with pets...

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Deus Ex Machina

Deus Ex Machina

You know it must have been bad when a goddess is needed to step in and save the day!

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Blow Your Moon Away

Blow Your Moon Away

My visual interpretation of the line "When you blow your moon away" in Peter Murphy's song "I'll Fall On Your Knife".

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The Gift

The Gift

The spirit of the holiday season abounds in the love of a child for creatures great and small.

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The Forest Took Me As Its Bride

The Forest Took Me As Its Bride

Some bonds are eternal and unconditional. The woods have always held a deep, mystical place in my heart. This piece represents the magical connection I feel for the forest.

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Priestess of the Cave of Initiation

Priestess of the Cave of Initiation

Are you worthy? The Priestess guards the cave, and with her second sight she determines if you are ready to proceed to the next level, that of the Initiate. Where you go from there is part of the great Mystery...

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Keeper of Orbits

Keeper of Orbits

The personification of the forces that keep order in the cosmos. Centripetal and centrifugal. Gravity, space. Entropy and the perfection of the circle.

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In The Garden

In The Garden

Entranced by the snake's charm, Eve willingly accepts the apple.

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Carousel of the Full Moon

Carousel of the Full Moon

On certain magical full moons, the carousel horses are freed from their poles to gallop and prance with abandon in the fields.

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The Sleepwalker

The Sleepwalker

What power draws the sleepwalker out into the night? She is alone, somnambulant, dreaming of a distant place, and feels not the damp fog or sea spray. What will become of her?

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Battle for the Last Rose

Battle for the Last Rose

In a world sparse and dying, the magic of a single rose calls forth its champions, each side wanting to preserve it at the expense of the other. This came out of a challenge to try something more painterly, though it is still completely a Photoshop composition.

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I Pierce the Bubble of the Universe

I Pierce the Bubble of the Universe

Embryonic and macrocosmic. Transcending to higher planes of reality. Loosely inspired by a quote from Joseph Campbell.

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Daeira

Daeira

Daeira is a nymph of the Underworld. She is part of the Eleusinian Mysteries, and is sometimes conflated with Persephone.

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Migration

Migration

"Migration" was created as part of a Photoshop contest, in which we were given a set of stock images from which to choose, and then challenged to create something original. This piece took 2nd place.

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Out of Chaos

Out of Chaos

The deep exhale of breath when the storm is past and the way is clear. Out of chaos into simplicity.

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The Mapmaker

The Mapmaker

The magic of creation. New worlds. New ideas. New possibilities.

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Eve

Eve

Eve encounters a snake for the first time. Startled but curious, she ignores the warning of her father...

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The Bait

The Bait

After hours of wandering the labyrinthian passages of the castle-city, she finally found a way out. Freedom from this nightmare at last! Just as she reached the door, something caught her eye. A rabbit? In this place? Maybe it sought the same escape as she did. Well, she would free it too. Then she...

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The Forest Took Me As Its Bride

The Forest Took Me As Its Bride

A sacred bond between woman and nature, unconditional and pure.

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Tea in the Sahara

Tea in the Sahara

This piece was inspired by The Police song of the same name.

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Ozymandias

Ozymandias

This is a combination of a couple themes. #1- It is based on the sonnet by Percy Bysshe Shelley. Ozymandias is the Greek name for the Egyptian pharaoh Ramesses II, and the poem describes coming upon the singular wreck of a colossal statue with the ironic inscription of “Look on my works, ye Mighty,...

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The Day Foretold

The Day Foretold

Legends are only stories until they come true. A vanquished race pledges to return a millennium later, and only the Lore Keepers are prepared.

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The Great Work

The Great Work

Loosely inspired by the concept of alchemy, this piece is is about transformation of the soul.

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Brianan

Brianan

A warrior waits in all her glory for she knows she cannot lose...

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Loss of Innocence

Loss of Innocence

In some legends, a unicorn would come and lay its head in the lap of a virgin. And some men treat too lightly the things women give up for them.

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The Sacred Spring

The Sacred Spring

This piece was made to accompany a poem I wrote, which unfortunately due to this default paragraph formatting, cannot be included here. It described nuns called to a sacred spring, and drew a parallel to the soul's longing for some mystical unknown.

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The Spirit Pool

The Spirit Pool

Arianne had always dismissed the local tales about the “Spirit Pool”. It’s just a puddle in the woods, she thought, when she saw it in the daylight, though many had claimed to see ghosts in this lonely spot. Loved ones who had passed on appeared to some; those wronged appeared to others with more gu...

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Free Thyself

Free Thyself

Often the chains that bind us are our own. Push past limitations, challenge assumptions, rethink beliefs, and FLY.

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Athena Futura

Athena Futura

Mythology is not in the past. Athena's wisdom can carry us forward. She is the keeper of the olive branch and the only other Olympian who can wield Zeus's lightning. Knowing when to be at peace, knowing when to fight for our rights, her guidance transcends time.

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Issac and Eve

Issac and Eve

I wanted to play with the dichotomies of science/religion, male/female, aloof/engaged through the common thread of the apple in the stories of Sir Issac Newton and Eve in the Garden.

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Longing For Her Captor

Longing For Her Captor

When the Fairy King abducted Kella from the Beltane festival, as was the centennial custom between the realms of Fey and Human, she was terrified. The stories, told to frighten children into behaving, portrayed the Fairy King as a monster, and indeed he was brutish at first. But his visits to her ce...

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Queen of the Isle of None

Queen of the Isle of None

Ruler of a chaos that signifies nothing...

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The Prize

The Prize

The arduous journey is nearly at an end and the reward is in reach...almost.

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Mary Had a Little Lamb

Mary Had a Little Lamb

This piece was inspired by the nursery rhyme, but also speaks to the holding on of childhood in the face of pressure to "grow up."

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Phoenix Rampant

Phoenix Rampant

This was loosely inspired by the lyrics in Ani DiFranco's song '32 Flavors': "And god help you if you are a phoenix/And you dare to rise up from the ash/A thousand eyes will smolder with jealousy/While you are just flying past."

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The Chamber

The Chamber

"At only 29, Mila Delano was already the world's foremost Egyptologist. Her ability to locate buried cities, secret chambers, and lost tombs was uncanny. Colleagues half-joked that she was a reincarnated temple priestess with a long and highly detailed memory. The truth was much stranger. And far mo...

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Insidious

Insidious

A rather literal image that is loosely based on the concept of an "angel with a parasite" from the writings of Don Miguel Ruiz and the Toltec tradition.

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Themis

Themis

Themis is the goddess of justice and natural order.

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Sword and Chalice

Sword and Chalice

The era of the blade is ending. The cup shall prevail and provide.

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What Was and What Shall Be

What Was and What Shall Be

This piece is a tribute to strong women who break out of traditional roles and objectification.

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The Unfair Exchange

The Unfair Exchange

This piece is a cautionary tale, warning women not to give away significant parts of themselves in exchange for gifts, flattery, or empty promises. We are neither vending machines nor robots, and this work serves as a reminder to stay strong and true to ourselves.

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The Real Atlas

The Real Atlas

Never doubt that she has the power to hold up the heavens.

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Born to Die

Born to Die

This piece represents the waste of life for sport. Does it matter whether the gladiator wins or the lion? One is going to die in this contest.

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I'll Just Stop Eating

I'll Just Stop Eating

This piece is dedicated to all those who have struggled with eating disorders.

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Hamlet Is Not Worth It

Hamlet Is Not Worth It

If only Ophelia had not been so fragile, and so broken by the death of her father, she may have realized that Hamlet was not at all a good choice for her. This image represents the strong Ophelia who need not drown and who may someday find a man worthy of her love.

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Lost to the Deep

Lost to the Deep

This piece was inspired by a dream I had.

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Not Playing Your Game

Not Playing Your Game

Don't mess with the Queen!

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The Navigator

The Navigator

Loosely inspired by Frank Herbert's novel "Dune", the navigator has the power to see through time and space in order to plot a course. My more human interpretation is intense and focused, the only telemetry: his mind.

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Mission: Control

Mission: Control

This is our mission: to regain control from an ancient-thinking patriarchy.

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Re-Creation of Adam

Re-Creation of Adam

The Goddess offers Adam a new life, a chance to return to nature, a new Eden.

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Knecht's Dream

Knecht's Dream

This was inspired by one of my favorite poems, "A Dream" which is featured at the end of one of my favorite books, The Glass Bead Game by Hermann Hesse. In the poem, the narrator, who is presumably the main character of the novel, Joseph Knecht, recounts a dream in which he discovers "the library of...

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Priestess of the Long Moon

Priestess of the Long Moon

A Druidic priestess balances nature and the cosmic force of the moon within herself and her surroundings. She is strong and at peace, fully harmonious with the elements.

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The Grass Was Greener

The Grass Was Greener

Inspired by the lyric in Pink Floyd's song "High Hopes", this piece represents the irony of youth wanting the rewards of adult life, and then realizing as an adult, the "world of magnets and miracles" that was inherent in childhood. Does that gate close forever?

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Hamlet

Hamlet

A project for the library series in the Kaizen art group.

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The Metamorphosis

The Metamorphosis

A project for the library series in the Kaizen art group.

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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

A project for the library series in the Kaizen art group.

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