The Big Bosch

Hieronymus Bosch- The Artist: To be born in a time during the dawn of the Renaissance, and the haunting past of the plague- birthed within the same year as Leonardo Da Vinci, Hieronymus Bosch was an anomaly of his day. A true visionary that through his paintings, delved into a subconscious minds of a societyContinue reading “The Big Bosch”

Baths of Diocletian

Anchored in the heart of Rome, are remains of the most important buildings of the Roman Empire: The Baths of Diocletian. Its structure that was once a marvel of Roman ingenuity, is now crumbling evidence of a Roman Empire that birthed the most advanced technology of the ancient world. In this essay I will beContinue reading “Baths of Diocletian”

Cycladic Art: The Seated Cup Bearer

“The Seated Cup Bearer”, a part of a series of sculptures, carved from marble during the Early Cycladic II period – Syros phase in 2800-2300 BC. The series includes male & female figures playing instruments, sitting in groups, and partaking in various other activities. Unfortunately, during the 1950’s-1960, there was a tremendous looting that tookContinue reading “Cycladic Art: The Seated Cup Bearer”

Evolution of Greek Sculpture

From the stylized human figure sculptures of the Archaic period ( 600- 480 BCE) , to the ardent manifestation of human form in the Hellenistic period- the Greeks have chiselled , moulded and fabricated some of the most magnificent sculptures the World has even seen. In this essay, I will discuss the evolution of GreekContinue reading “Evolution of Greek Sculpture”

Labyrinths of Light- Gothic Cathedrals

Chartres Cathedral & Grace Cathedral Chartres Cathedral: begun 1145; in 1194 was burned, excluding the west front; it was then rebuilt 1205-1220 Key Features Include: • Pointed arches • Rib-and-panel vaults ( up to 121 feet ) • External Flying buttresses- enabled skeletal stone walls to hold the stain glass windows- • The nave- atContinue reading “Labyrinths of Light- Gothic Cathedrals”

Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus

Junius Bassus was the son of Junius Annius Bassus, who became prefect of Rome. Because he was in public office, and most of Rome still practiced pagan beliefs, Junius was not baptized only when he was on his deathbed. Although the sarcophagus was carved almost 50 years after the Edict of Milan, that established religiousContinue reading “Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus”

Cosmic Cards Expansion Pack VIII

Oh my gourdddd 🎃 C O S M I C 🕸 C A R D S Expansion Pack VIII 🔮 This is the 3rd Expansion Pack to date- which is really exciting since I only launch them around the same time each year ✨(over 3 years already?!😱👻) I feel they’re the most emblematic/melodic/timely cards I’veContinue reading “Cosmic Cards Expansion Pack VIII”

Cosmic Cards

 Now Available! Cosmic Cards Collectors Edition🌠 🌟1 (40 count) Cosmic Card Deck 🌟1 limited edition Collectors Sleeve that includes Seed of Life Crystal Grid (signed by Artist) 🌟1 Crystal 🌟1 bundle of Palo santo Each card contains my own original artworks & lunar photography, and are paired with a powerful & loving mantra, inspirational quote,Continue reading “Cosmic Cards”

Celestial Calendar for August

We’ve hit the super-celestial jackpot for this month, folks! The month of August has been an honorable host to a multitude of celestial events, giving us the Perseid Meteor shower- a wondrous display visible Worldwide. But this August 2017 is delivering some serious performances- here’s a quick breakdown of these heavenly events to mark down on yourContinue reading “Celestial Calendar for August”