As a Sacred Artist I aim to create an experience of connection between people and sacred feminine mysticism. I create art as prayer.


The Process: The process of creating these illustrations was an incredible journey and I hope to do it again and again. Over a period of four months, I spent a week with each pathway. Randomly I picked the name of the pathway out of a jar at the beginning of the week. I would research the pathway, largely from the book "The Hebrew Priestess" by Jill Hammer and Taya Shere. From there, I explored the pathways using sacred journey visualizations and meditations, and by building altars. I listened deeply to the messages I received from the journeys and the altars to see what wanted to be expressed in a visual image. Some were very clear; some took extra time. It was remarkable to see what unfolded in each week. For example, during the week of the mourning woman I was honored to lead a graveside ceremony, and the week of the seeker I was traveling. Each image has deep meaning that I very much enjoy discussing. 

Hamsas for the Divine Feminine

Raven Rose

474 Main Street


Favorite Artist?

Ines Seidel


Left or Right?



Coffee or Tea?



Favorite medium to work in?



What do you think your spirit animal is?

Definitely Ants


Favorite food?

Anything lovingly prepared by someone else


Favorite cocktail?



Best childhood memory?

Drawing house plans from old interior design books


Favorite vacation spot?

Anywhere water and sand come together


What cartoon character would you be?

Euphony from Creative Galaxy.


Favorite movie?

Dirty Dancing.


If you had to spend a night in jail who would you want to spend it with?

I’d rather not have anyone spend a night in jail. Restorative Justice!


Most influential work of art?

Ancient goddess figurines

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