About Sacred Land
There is sacred land everywhere—land that was once inhabited by peoples who practiced earth-centered spiritual traditions. Prayerful energies pervade these lands. There is an area in the foothills of Boulder that has been restored as a place of connection between humans and the earth. People of all traditions continue to go there to connect with the land they recognize as a source of strength, peace and the revival of intuition. Sacred Land is an ode to this sacred area of Colorado and all places like it. May each of us be directed onto our own path to reconnect with the land, the actual, physical earth, and lean into it as a source of support.
This painting comes with a tiny glass vial that holds a sample of the foraged rocks or soils that were used to create the colors used to make it. It also comes wrapped in gorgeous branded packaging with a Certificate of Authenticity.
This work was painted on 300 lb Arches Coldpress watercolor paper, with a combination of artist-grade and locally foraged pigments. It was sealed with Gamblin Cold Wax Medium to protect it and to bring out the gorgeous earth tones of the rock and soil-based paints. It measures 5x7 inches.
To frame your painting with a matboard
Making sure your hands are clean, align the painting behind the mat board so that the image is aligned through the opening. Use non-yellowing archival tape to secure the painting to the mat board. You’ll be able to remove it in the future if needed. That's it! You're ready to place it inside a frame.
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