Divine Cosmos

Paintings that celebrate the heart, soul, and beauty of the cosmos and divine feminine. Prints of “Phi” and “Juno” are installed in the Vatican Observatory Museum, an astronomical research and educational institution supported by the Holy See.  These two sizable paintings are of the outer expanses of our universe, depicting the Carina Nebula and Jupiter. Below you will also find a selection of more earthbound inspirations, lyrical compositions of color and light that capture and envelop the ineffable. Many of my cloud paintings are done on metal- either aluminum or copper. The idea of putting something so ethereal onto something so solid from the earth’s crust appealed to my sense of the yin-yang of life. By looking up, we become untethered.

Phi Carina Nebula
Phi, 101” x 36”, oil on reclaimed copper
“Phi” began with very humble beginnings on a scrap of copper and found its way into the Vatican Observatory Museum. In “Phi [ϕ]” we are brought to the inner chambers of the Carina Nebula and Mother Mary’s universal loving heart and the wisdom of the Feminine Holy Spirit, Sophia.  Read more 
Juno, oil on canvas, 60" x 72"
Juno, oil on canvas, 60″ x 72″
Maria, oil on copper
Maria, Oil on reclaimed copper, 20” x 60”
Painted on a scrap of long thin copper surface reflecting light and creating an overall glow throughout the piece. Named after the hurricane that wreaked havoc and cost the lives of thousands in the Caribbean and especially, Puerto Rico. Several days after the devastation remnants of the storm, in unique & beautiful cloud formations, streamed across the skies of Connecticut all day, into the evening bringing with them a sense of divine recompense.                                       

Cloud Paintings

“I’ve looked at clouds from both sides now
From up and down and still somehow
It’s cloud’s illusions I recall
I really don’t know clouds at all”
— Joni Mitchell

          

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