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Harmony Grace Art

About Me

My Background

Always enchanted with visual beauty, I was recently guided to create and share my art. It started with a powerful calling to draw mandalas, which I did freehand (a bit of a challenge!) and shared with loved ones. While I was drawing them, I entered another universe altogether, and it was then that I knew I needed to share this with more than just family and friends. 

 

The concepts for my paintings come to me in dreams, during meditation and while contemplating the splendor of the Smoky Mountains, where I am privileged to live. I feel that my work is a portal to realizing and perceiving other dimensions; magical worlds from where these images arise... from the invisible ether into the beauty of physical form. 

My Medium

I began with archival markers and colored pencils for my mandalas in the summer of 2017. I then graduated to watercolor for a brief period of time. I love its softness, its blending abilities and the way it has a "mind of its own." 


Most of what I have to offer currently is my digital art. I started experimenting and it just took off! I began feverishly downloading/channeling images EVERY day for about six months straight. I was consumed by this process. The most enjoyable part of digital art for me is the way in which I can use LIGHT to portray the many images I receive. 

My Inspiration

Nature is by far my greatest inspiration. Nothing can compare to its beauty, its elegance and majesty. I enjoy painting flowers and birds, particularly ravens who often appear to me in dreams, and I'm fascinated by the Devic Realm of faeries, gnomes and other ethereal life of seldom-seen dimensions. I'm also drawn to deep space, ETs and other worlds, including the coming of a new Golden Age of higher vibration on our mother Earth.


I know that I am part of the grand and sacred plan of the Divine Universe and hope to help others to realize their own inner Beauty, Light and Truth through my art.