Radha                                Wax on Strathmore  A Gopi is a reincarnated form of hundreds of reincarnations of gurus, brahmans, and teachers.   The Gopi comes into this reincarnation to follow the purest essence of love. Beautiful, cunning, and intelligent; Radha is the representation of the unfaltering love for God.  She comes back to find the truest form of love in the physical form, yet once she realizes she can find God, which is formless, she gives up all physical ties to earth.  This shows Radha’s true devotion, making her the number one Gopi. She represents the love we have for God once we come to the realization that God has always been obtainable and in contact.                                    

                                       Radha  
                           
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A Gopi is a reincarnated form of hundreds of reincarnations of gurus, brahmans, and teachers.   The Gopi comes into this reincarnation to follow the purest essence of love. Beautiful, cunning, and intelligent; Radha is the representation of the unfaltering love for God.

She comes back to find the truest form of love in the physical form, yet once she realizes she can find God, which is formless, she gives up all physical ties to earth.

This shows Radha’s true devotion, making her the number one Gopi. She represents the love we have for God once we come to the realization that God has always been obtainable and in contact. 

 



                           

                                      Krishna                             Wax on Strathmore  Krishna is considered the Supreme Lord and the first vibration of conciousness. In various temples and scriptures he is shown playing a flute to his admirers. He was the love of sixteen thousand milkmaids.  His one true love is Radha and their love together symbolizes the union of the supreme being with nature.   His kingdom is believed to be under water on the bays of India. There is still land that is not under water that have ruins of the off skirts of his town and they are filled with deer. Deer are believed to be housing his energy on the remnants of his land.    

                                    Krishna
                           
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Krishna is considered the Supreme Lord and the first vibration of conciousness. In various temples and scriptures he is shown playing a flute to his admirers. He was the love of sixteen thousand milkmaids.

His one true love is Radha and their love together symbolizes the union of the supreme being with nature. 

His kingdom is believed to be under water on the bays of India. There is still land that is not under water that have ruins of the off skirts of his town and they are filled with deer. Deer are believed to be housing his energy on the remnants of his land. 

 

                                 The Storm                         Wax on Strathmore  Once upon a time…there was a demon that God had given a wish to. The demon had asked God for the wish that no man could kill him while he was alive on Earth.  While the demon was alive on earth he started slaughtering and destroying multiple locations around the world. It got to the point that it was so bad that people started calling God and asking for help. God said “I cant take away his wish he is one of my children as well.”  One day, Parvati decided to be transformed into the demons slayer. Once she slaughtered the demon, she could not control her need to destroy all men. She is pictured naked, wearing a garland of decapitated heads. The only one to relax her was her husband Shiva.  Many sculptures and images show Shiva penetrating Kali or lying down and allowing her to step on him so that she could return to his beloved.    

                               The Storm
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Once upon a time…there was a demon that God had given a wish to. The demon had asked God for the wish that no man could kill him while he was alive on Earth.

While the demon was alive on earth he started slaughtering and destroying multiple locations around the world. It got to the point that it was so bad that people started calling God and asking for help. God said “I cant take away his wish he is one of my children as well.”

One day, Parvati decided to be transformed into the demons slayer. Once she slaughtered the demon, she could not control her need to destroy all men. She is pictured naked, wearing a garland of decapitated heads. The only one to relax her was her husband Shiva.

Many sculptures and images show Shiva penetrating Kali or lying down and allowing her to step on him so that she could return to his beloved. 

 

                                           The View from Here                                          Multimedia on Wood  Everything is different everyday and every time we meditate our vision changes, what do we see? I don't really know but colors correlate with moods and moods correlate feelings.  There are days everything is captured in a vision and these are one of those days.  

                                         The View from Here
                                        Multimedia on Wood

Everything is different everyday and every time we meditate our vision changes, what do we see? I don't really know but colors correlate with moods and moods correlate feelings.

There are days everything is captured in a vision and these are one of those days.
 

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Once Upon a Time

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                    The Saint and her Lion
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Love does not obey. This saint represents the energy in the female rebel culture that defies laws and specifically follows the heart.

She is ordained in tattoos from jewelry to faint speckles showing where the prana (oxygen or air) and chi (life energy) in your body flow; while she is smoking a cigar packed with the worlds most hallucinogenic herbs. 

On her chest is ancient Indian sanskrit “YA” which in Hindi philosophy is the bija sound that emanates from the heart. So if you ever are feeling lonely and need love chant “YAM!” The beautiful cat next to her is an ancient lion that serves as the protector of her female form.

 

Krishna's Horse
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Kurma: Second Arrival
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The Tortoise is the representation of Vishnu (God) in his second incarnation. Coming to help life start on earth by becoming a tortoise, he turned the ocean and started the major currents that led to the first evolutionary processes. He is also referenced in Puerto Rican culture as the Turtle Boy. Out of his shell came 12-15 species that started everything.