If You Can’t Fix A Broken Heart…

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“From The Rim,” ©CherilynSunRidge, 36″x48″

I painted “From The Rim” as a tribute to Mickey Hart’s Mysterium Tremendum.  Listening to the integrated sounds of celestial deep space provided by NASA, with the Mickey Hart Band, one could not help but be moved into a place of reverence for our tiny potent particle selves.  We are each carrying sublime Light&Love energy, able to heal and restore and assist anywhere our hearts are drawn.

As lyricist Robert Hunter states in one of the album’s tunes:  “If you can’t fix a broken heart, don’t try to save the earth.”  This is a call to each to offer our best good cheer, our smoothest loving, our innate and alive capacity for holding one another’s hearts.

This is our time, to go deep and deep and deep to bring out our heart treasures, to share the vibration of movement toward expanded courtesy.  Tomorrow marks our station of Winter Solstice 2016…praises to all nature and beyond for continuing to live well.

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Mick ‘n’ Me Heaven

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Sometimes a girl just needs a little bit of Mick gazing over her head, and then return to her studio and bring out “Seven Steps To Heaven” (©CherilynSunRidge, 16″x16,” Acrylic) for all essential grounding and consciousness converging!

Portland Art Museum offers 250 Warhol prints for viewers’ consumption and delight, until the end of the year.  I was blown away–color, form, personal statement, poetry, generous–ah, Andy.  Wonderful.