Tag Archives: acrylic painting

Mick ‘n’ Me Heaven

   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 … Continue reading

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Your Symbol of Strength

Archival Ink Prints ©CherilynSunRidge         Selecting your image of strength helps you stay in your seat of awareness.  As a reminder of your unique internal place, using external symbology creates your sacred living space.  Visual images carry … Continue reading

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Enough For Everyone

In love, She comes.  In love, She offers you your life. She is everywhere and everyone. She is at all times. Our Lady is in everyone’s face and being. We each hold a name for Her–all meaning: beauty-filled, bountiful, compassionate. … Continue reading

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Internal Steps & External Steps

Find your internal geography and walk it, love it, applaud it.  Carry on to your edges and find your external geography and walk it, love it, applaud it.  “Seven Steps To Heaven” and “Wind River Portal” offer scenes of contemplation … Continue reading

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Souls With Voice

©Cherilyn SunRidge, “Forest Listening,” 24″x24,” Acrylic on Cotton Canvas We listen, wherever we are, to chatter or rhythms or fantastic air -mobiles, and all sounds feed us.  Neither here nor there, neither wrong or right, sound injects into us and … Continue reading

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#LifestyleNutrition&Massage

Dr. Seth Hill, DC of Lifestyle Nutrition and Massage has pARTnered with Three Rivers Artist Guild to exhibit art in his gorgeous new clinic.  This doctor is immensely present and generous, his staff is expert, and the clinic is embracing … Continue reading

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Chaos, Order, Chaos, Order

I am re-reading Nick Bantock’s “The Forgetting Room.”  The pages are replete with short phrases, rich and deep, relevant to life and art. One such provocation is the memory of the grandfather guiding the grandson as the lad worked to … Continue reading

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