Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Exhibition at Essence Cafe, Ngongotaha, Rotorua

I have organised an exhibition in this cafe until the end of November with three of my advanced acrylic and mixed media painting students.

The work is fairly naive in style and designed to appeal to children and people who still  like fairy tales even though they have grown up. 
The work is narrative, whimsical  and full of symbolism for me.
Here are the latest two paintings.

 Christina and her Deer 1
Christina and her Deer 2

Angels and their Totems  
The Deer Totem is there for us to use the power of gentleness to touch the hearts and minds of wounded beings who are in our lives. When a Deer totem shows up in your life,
a new innocence and freshness is about to be awakened.
There will be an opportunity to express love that will open new doors for you.

The Owl Totem is the symbol of the feminine, the moon and the night. An owl totem gives you the power to extract secrets. Meditate on the owl and things will be revealed. Listen to its voice inside of you and you will hear not what others are saying, but what is hidden. Most owl people are clairvoyant because of this ability. Learn to trust your instincts about people. Let your owl totem guide you.

All original totem paintings are $300.00 each and are the copyright of Janet Keen.

Block mounted glossy Photographic Prints of these paintings available

Small $95.00
Medium $125.00
Large  $155.00
All mosaics are $105.00 each
Cards available for $10.00 each.
 All prices are plus postage. 

Let me illustrate you and your totem in a whimsical, storybook style.

Individual Commissions start at a minimum of $650.00 each depending on size and work required. 

Creative Quote of the day  

Millions of spiritual creatures walk the earth
Unseen, both when we wake and when we sleep.
~John Milton, Paradise Lost

 Music is well said to be the speech of angels.  ~Thomas Carlyle

 Make yourself familiar with the angels, and behold them frequently in spirit; for, without being seen, they are present with you.  ~St Francis of Sales

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