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The Emperor’s Gardener. Are we not lucky to be flowers?

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A painting I did of the Junk Boat tours that float around Ha Long Bay.

Tags: ha-long-bay, calming, landscape, mountains, water

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I felt like drawing a calming mountain. When the sun is just falling in the distance and everything seems muted and calm.

Tags: rocky-mountains, snow, winter, adventure, calming

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There is something special about light hitting the tops of snowcapped mountains.

Tags: landscape, forest, trees, snow, rocky-mountains

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A digital painting I recently completed for the topic of ‘Thunder Boy’. I often ask my contributors for a word or two of their choice, and then I paint it! ‘Thunder Boy’ was the word choice from one of my friends!

Tags: grey, stag, fantasy, deer, animal

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A painting of the mountains.

Tags: relax, yoga, canada, snow, rocky-mountains

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A reimagining of The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe. I always felt that Lenore had more to her story than the narrator in The Raven led on; she is not just a footnote in his story. If we wish to continue to have our classics read and interpreted in modern day we must continue to reinterpret them. So here she has become one with the Ravens and will cease to return to the narrator’s side. Quoth the Raven “Nevermore.” “Eagerly I wished the morrow;—vainly I had sought to borrow From my books surcease of sorrow—sorrow for the lost Lenore— For the rare and radiant maiden whom the angels name Lenore— Nameless here for evermore.”

Tags: lenore, caw, crown, green, purple

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A painting for the Mermay event where artists draw mermaids in the month of May.

Tags: deep-sea, water, calming, mermay, fins

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When a hunter claims the life of an owl, the spirit of the owl comes back to claim the hunter's life.

Tags: feathers, winter, sunset, sunrise, mountain

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The Woman in the Water An illustration based on the legend of the Lady of the Lake for the Encounters with the Imaginary Book 3. This main illustration was also accompanied by a short story. Excerpt: In the middle of her lake, the Lady urges those with dark hearts and cruel desires to gaze into the water. It is not always a sword they see beneath their searching reflection. Some see kingdoms beneath their thumb. Others see a power granted to them without limit. None see the pale swans effortlessly gliding across the surface of the water. The Lady lures the false kings to her breathless depths. The boats return empty. The lady continues to wait.

Tags: lady-of-the-lake, calming, story, birds, water

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An illustration based on the legend of the Lady of the Lake for the Encounters with the Imaginary Book 3. This secondary illustration was also accompanied by a short story. Excerpt: Some come with demands; thinking themselves worthy. Others bear gifts; their lecherous smiles promising unwanted offerings. She greets them all, emerging from her lake to listen to their hearts rather than their words. Most, she invites deeper. The ripples of their boats lap silently against the shore as they are engulfed by mist.

Tags: lady-of-the-lake, calming, white, silver, blue

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The Woman and the Swans An illustration based on the legend of the Lady of the Lake for the Encounters with the Imaginary Book 3. This secondary illustration was also accompanied by a short story. Excerpt: And when they fall, as many do in war, she gathers their spirits close and gives them life in the form of the silent swans that drift upon her lake. Together, the Lady and her swans greet the false kings, welcoming them to the icy nothingness of what lies beneath.

Tags: lady-of-the-lake, celtic, reflection, creepy, king-arthur

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A painting for the topic ‘At Peace’. “Nature is an infinite sphere whose center is everywhere and whose circumference is nowhere.” – Blaise Pascal

Tags: trees, glowing-eyes, hunting, arrows, beautiful

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MorbidiTea – A series of art that combines skulls and tea. Vanilla Pu-erh: Considered a “post-fermented” tea, Pu-erh leaves are subjected to a fermentation process after rolling and drying. The vanilla adds a rich, warm, sugar aroma. Featuring the skull of a Porcupine.

Tags: skull, floral, nature, animal, death

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MorbidiTea – A series of art that combines skulls and tea. Licorice: A naturally sweet and earthy herbal tea made from the root of the licorice plant. Featuring the skull of a Fanged Deer.

Tags: skull, inktober, silver, copper, floral

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MorbidiTea – A series of art that combines skulls and tea. Lemon: prepared using black or green tea with the addition of lemon juice. When you add lemon juice to tea, it changes the color and taste. This effect is known as the bathochromic shift. Featuring the skull of a Four Horned Antelope.

Tags: skull, inktober, morbiditea, silver, gold

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MorbidiTea – A series of art that combines skulls and tea. Peppermint: a herbal tea made by infusing peppermint leaves in hot water. Featuring the skull of a Skunk.

Tags: skull, floral, plants, animal, nature

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MorbidiTea – A series of art that combines skulls and tea. Rooibos: meaning “red bush”; Rooibos is a broom-like member of the Fabaceae family of plants growing in South Africa. Featuring a giraffe skull.

Tags: skull, morbiditea, bronze, silver, nature

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MorbidiTea – A series of art that combines skulls and tea. Greenthread: the crushed leaves of the Greenthread (Thelesperma filifolium) offer a pleasant aroma and can be made into tea. Featuring the skull of a Coyote.

Tags: skull, flowers, morbiditea, animal, fangs

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MorbidiTea – A series of art that combines skulls and tea. Hibiscus: a herbal tea made as an infusion from crimson or deep magenta-colored calyces of the roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) flower. Featuring the skull of a black bear.

Tags: skull, silver, copper, plants, geometric

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MorbidiTea – A series of art that combines skulls and tea. Earl Grey: a tea blend which has been flavored with the addition of oil of bergamot. Featuring the skull of a Ram.

Tags: skull, animal, nature, death, bronze

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MorbidiTea – A series of art that combines skulls and tea. Catnip. A herbal tea made from the flowers and leaves of the common catnip plant. Featuring the skull of a Feline / Cat.

Tags: skull, silver, bronze, leaves, animal

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MorbidiTea – A series of art that combines skulls and tea. Dandelion: Dandelion tea is a delicate tasting herbal tea made from the blossoms of the dandelion. Featuring the skull of a Chameleon.

Tags: skull, death, nature, flowers, dark

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MorbidiTea – A series of art that combines skulls and tea. Genmaicha: a Japanese brown rice green tea consisting of green tea combined with roasted popped brown rice. Referred to as “popcorn tea” because a few grains of the rice pop during roasting. Featuring the skull of a Mole.

Tags: flowers, plant, nature, popcorn-tea, rice

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MorbidiTea - A series of art that combines skulls and tea. Chamomile: a herbal infusion made from dried chamomile flowers and hot water. Featuring the skull of a bison.

Tags: skull, dark, morbid, inktober, silver

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