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Sedona’s Sacred Heart and Soul – Original Acrylic – 18″ x 36″


Sedona’s Sacred Heart and Soul

The reference used for this Sedona art was from a photo I took from Upper Red Rock Loop Road here in Sedona. The red rock formation on the left is “Court House Butte,” and of course, the structure on the right is Sedona’s famed “Cathedral Rock.”

In this southwest landscape, Sedona’s Sacred Heart and Soul, I have painted 22 hearts into the scene. The Heart energy in this Sedona vortex is palpable, though not visible to most, and I wanted to find a way to capture the feeling of deep, sacred Love in Sedona’s Sacred Heart and Soul. This is the 11th time I’ve painted Sedona’s Cathedral Rock, and this formation is the single most-photographed sight in Arizona. Why are we all drawn to this iconic red rock formation formed 330 million years ago?

Could it be because this sacred ground magnifies and enhances the frequency of Love emanating from Mother Earth herself?  

See below for the meaning and numerology of master numbers 11 and 22

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Serenity at Sunset- Original Acrylic 30″ x 40″


Serenity at Sunset

There are divine moments to delight in each day that provide open doorways through which we may become aware in the present moment of what’s going on around us, allowing a unification of body, mind, and spirit that gently flows into conscious mindfulness.  Serenity at Sunset is a doorway or invitation, reminding us that no matter what happens today, we can discover and be grateful for the promise of a new dawn, which is always near.  Accept the invitation to enter into this serene sunset, letting your day’s events rest peacefully until they effortlessly drift out of sight beyond the horizon.


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Mermaid‘s Magical Dream- Original Acrylic -20 x 30


This magical area known as Sedona was at sea bottom 330 Million years ago. So, as a Whimsical Sedona artist, creating Sedona art,  it just made sense to me to paint water into the foreground into this southwest landscape, Mermaids Magical Dream.

Then I thought, “Why not paint in a rainbow and hide it behind my trademark sky?”  Of course, those Italian Cypress trees on the right are green in real life; however, I like using my artistic license and coloring them magenta.

An original work of art itself, Sedona, is a land of majestic beauty. Every sunrise and sunset inspires a new appreciation when the light paints the rocks with breathtaking hues of red and gold.


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Monolithic China – Original Acrylic 30″ x 40″


Monolithic China

This original acrylic painting Monolithic China, inspired by the famed spectacular conical Karst mountains. They are of irregular limestone in which erosion has produced fissures, sinkholes, underground streams, and caverns. The limestone erosion process, which has taken place over millions of years, has transformed the Chinese landscape into giant monoliths erupting from the earth for hundreds of thousand miles.  Since 1999, this particular image is proudly displayed on the back of China’s 20 Yuan banknote, and since, has become an iconic symbol of the wealth of natural beauty and biodiversity to be found in this vast country. This view of a fisherman on his bamboo raft floating down the Li River through the spectacular karst mountains of Guilin is a prevalent scene for this area. So, I thought it would be cool to paint it in my unmistakable style and exhibit in my next private showing in China.


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La Jolla – Original Acrylic- 12″ x 39″


The reference I used (as seen below) for this abstract landscape was overlooking Ellen Browning Scripps Park in La Jolla, CA. This fantastic park is nestled right between downtown La Jolla and the edge of the Pacific Ocean. I’m grateful to use my artistic license (as you’ll witness after you view the reference used) for this whimsical serene painting with its impeccable peaceful beach dappled with flowing palm trees.

Ellen Browning Scripps Park
La Jolla


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Vortex Lovers – Painting Cathedral Rock From The Red Rocks of Sedona Original Acrylic 30″ x 40″


Sedona Vortex Lovers

The Urban legend of the Cathedral Rock Sedona’s center spires is known as “The Lovers,” and now Vortex Lovers is a Sedona whimsical daydream!  In ancient times, a couple argued continually. Great Spirit asked the lovers to stop and turn around.  As they looked out at this desert image of Sedona’s breathtaking, amazing landscape, Spirit suggested they acknowledge and discover their blessings, creating a Vortex of Love. They did and ever after remained in Love.


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