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The peacock, so boldly showing all his colours for the world to see. His defence is to appear brilliant, bold, and intimidating.

It’s the ways we protect ourselves, by appearing a certain way to the world, so we can be safe.

Insecurity and trauma can make us feel as if all the eyes of the world are focusing on us, and judging us. 

Over time, we realise that we are the eyes of the world, and it is our very own self judgement that is imprisoning us. 

As we come to offer grace and acceptance to all aspects of ourselves, an is-ness beyond boastful or arrogant or loud of true beauty and brilliance radiates from so deep within, it’s as natural as the sky.

And it’s all the same.

It’s all the ‘what is’ of the moment and our duty to find unity and oneness within our defences no matter how they arrive.

Peacock Eyes of the World

  • Each piece is printed on cotton canvas. I then hand paint them with metallics and iridescent embellishments, so no two paintings are ever exactly the same. The added touches truly make the pieces come alive.

    The mat and acrylic frame make this piece 11X14 inches. 

    The mat colour is white. Mat only option is 11x14inches

    The 16x20 Glicee is hand detailed with acrylic on canvas and the canvas is wrap around, so there is no frame. If the 16x20 Glicee is out of stock, please message or email me and I will be happy to order for you. It takes about 2-3 weeks to recieve if out of stock. If it is showing in stock, you will recieve in about 5-7 days. 

    The 16x20 Original is the Original Painting; Oil on Canvas and does not include a frame. 

    Each print will include the written description adhered to the back of the frame so it can be taken off the wall as a reminder any time you need a bit of encouragement.

    Having artwork with affirmative words of encouragement have been instrumental in my own healing journey, and I am honored to pass on the opportunity to you as well.

"Imagination is more important than knowledge. Imagination is Everything. It is the preview of Life's coming attractions."
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