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100% donation to FFAA - the elusive crystal ball - original painting

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An original acrylic painting on Canson mix media paper (98 lb).

My paintings start as a random pen scribbles. The images that emerge are symbolic, subconscious messages, much like dreams and myths.

A crystal ball is a crystal or glass ball believed by some people to aid in the performance of clairvoyance. The art or process of "seeing" is known as "scrying," whereby images are seen in crystals, or other mediums such as water, and are interpreted as meaningful information. The "information" gleaned then is used to make important decisions in one's life (i.e. love, marriage, finances, travel, business, etc). By contrast, some professed seers say that they do not actually see images in the crystal itself, but rather that the featureless interior of the stone facilitates them in clearing their mind of distractions so that future truths or events will become known to them. - Wikipedia.

On 9 x 12 mix media paper

100% donation for Fur & Fearther Animal Assistance (http://www.furandfeather.org/)
FFAA is a permanent residential facility for dogs and cats designed for comfort,
well being, and CARE for LIFE.
The whole sale price (not including fees/shipping) will go to FFAA.

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Pamela Ott

100% donation to FFAA - the elusive crystal ball - original painting


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: canson mix media paper, acrylic paint, pen, pencils
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 29 reviews
  • Favorited by: 26 people