GAIA ORION

Art for a peaceful and flourishing world

The Creation Of Herstory

The Creation Of Herstory

I am always in the process of working on three or four pieces of commissioned artwork. Most of the time it is for businesses but sometimes it is more personal like in this case. Below is the first email my client sent when she approached me to co-create this painting: “I dream of a painting about the woman that is still hiding in me. I want it to have a symbolic place in my life. To give...

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The Messages Of Wild Woman

The Messages Of Wild Woman

Wild Woman archetype and story represents the purest most primal mystical life. Her total connection with the elements, her response to the call despite of the challenges, her confidence and trust, coupled with her vulnerability and sensitivity: For me all these are aspects of a dedicated life on the way to be free and...

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The significance of my wild woman series

The significance of my wild woman series

This series is my favourite to work with. It started with Wild Woman, she was one of my first images I painted. She is completely naked, sensitive, alert, confident, strong. She is holding her walking stick as she is on a journey that I myself discover as the paintings reveal themselves. Wild woman lives in the times when there were no organized society, no man made environment. The only space...

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Why I Shaved My Head!

Why I Shaved My Head!

First, let’s make things clear, this is no big deal for me as it is the 4th time that I have cut my hair all off like this in my life. But it seems to cause so many odd looks and questions that I will share why I do it. 1. It feels amazing, clean, practical and comfortable 2. It symbolizes a passage, a change, a transformation 3. It heightens my sensitivity and awareness (just for a while!...

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From The Good Little Girl To The Wild Woman

From The Good Little Girl To The Wild Woman

  I grew up in a large catholic family, I am the eldest of five, my mom came from a family of six and my dad, they were 7 of them. Fathers presided over the families, all of them had good jobs; mothers were at home, cooking, sewing, cleaning, driving us around. My mom would set my clothes at the end of my bed every night until I was 12, the clothes I should wear in the morning; clothes that...

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