Scarlet Ibis. Ibis is connected to the moon and to the ancient Egyptian goddesses/gods. She is a symbol of wisdom, associated with Thoth, the god of wisdom, who had an Ibis head, and was sacred to the goddess Isis, goddess of health, marriage, and wisdom. Ibis is also about magic. Alchemy. She eats cobras (!!), turning the poison into food. Magic. Ibis means that your life will soon be infused with new rich and fertile energy. Scarlet Ibis is bright red; she is self-confident. She knows who she is and owns it. Be patient. Trust the timing. Turn poisonous experiences into wisdom. Allow magic. Be open to whatever comes....
This is an original painting. There is only one!
- Acrylic on 1/8" birch panel
- The Scarlet Ibis energy description is printed on a lovely sticker on the back of the painting
- Does not have hanging hardware (good for propping, hanging with clips, etc)
All products are packaged with care and shipped from my Portland, OR studio (with the exception of iPhone cases, which will be shipped directly to you from the manufacturer, separately from any other items you've ordered).
Prints are signed and dated, packaged in a plastic sleeve with cardboard backing, shipped in a bend-proof mailer.
Original paintings are wrapped in bubble wrap and packaged carefully to prevent damage.
Your order will be shipped via USPS.
Every piece of art and every product that I make begins with an intention to connect with my intuition and with myself. Who am I today, and what do I need? Making art smooths out life’s rough edges and helps me make sense of all the complex feelings and experiences that are part of being human. Creating helps me find joy, acceptance, and gratitude. It is a balm for my soul, and I hope the things I make will feel like a balm for yours, too.
Whether it is a piece of wall art for your home that I created using paint, markers, and colored pencils, a deck of animal totem oracle cards, a bright, patterned iPhone case, or a hand-drawn greeting card — every single product that I sell is made with heart. Most products are made right here in my studio in Portland, OR.
My work is created both traditionally and digitally; my favorite materials and tools include acrylic paint, gouache, colored pencils, paint markers, wood panels, fabric, my computer, and my iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. I also sometimes use fun things like glitter, resin, and sequins!