About Deb’s Art
Sometimes life takes you by the hand and guides you in directions you never expected and that’s exactly how I ended up creating visionary art. It wasn’t something I knowingly set out to do, but I love how it weaves together so many parts of me that already were there: intuition, third eye visions, vivid dreams, painting, graphic design computer skills, and a visual thinker with a creative spirit.
My art comes from a place of knowing and seeing that is deep within. And if one looks at our cosmos from a micro and macro perspective, you’ll know that the art must also come from a place far outside of myself. It exists in both places at once. It is the microcosm reflecting the macrocosm in the self-similar patterning of fractals within and without ourselves.
Sometimes my art is created through intuitively tuning into vocal sound patterns (human voice tones) and at other times the art comes through during meditation. In both cases, visual images of rich geometries are seen, sketched and then painted in great detail in the days and weeks afterwards. Some of my art is made by guiding a person through a meditation, and then sketching what is observed, a story of their soul through lifetimes. I call those Soul Portraits. Other times I work with people and the energetic signature of what they seek to create through their work (their businesses), and a logo symbol is revealed. That process starts off in a very practical manner, and then moves into a deeper place where a unique symbol is revealed. And just like a Soul Portrait, an Energy Logo is created to support one’s path.
It matters little whether there is a label that my art comes about from a voice or a meditation, it is really an expression of the vibrational patterns of energy. These are spectacular to witness, and my challenge is painting them as I see them. Each piece of art is a digital painting, using millions of colors of light as my paint, and a Wacom tablet as a brush. Many, many layers of light-paint are created for each painting, with layers interacting and modifying each other, like notes in a song. Sometimes several hundred layers are present in one piece of art.
Many look at my art and ask me “What does it mean?” I prefer not to answer that directly because it robs the viewer (you) of their own personal experience with the painting. Please do take the time to look at the art, sit with it, see what feelings are presented, where does it reach you and what information may be gleaned inwardly. That’s a much better way to experience my art, although I do share on my website what I personally felt when I had the vision. But please don’t limit your understanding of my art to what I feel…it’s really what YOU feel that matters!
I love what I do and I’m grateful to you for allowing me to share and continue to do what is inspiring.
Thanking you from my heart,