Zodiac – acrylic painting

Zodiac, 40×50 cm (12 pcs 10×10)

The soul of the newly born baby is marked for life by the pattern of the stars at the moment it comes into the world, unconsciously remembers it, and remains sensitive to the return of configurations of a similar kind.
― Johannes Kepler, Harmonies Of The World

Music theme: Zodiac – Talamasca [Full Album]

This one was fun to create! I thought of zodiac signs, their symbols and colours. The idea was to make them archetypal, simple and suggestive. My intention was to capture the basic mood of each sign with colours.

I used one big canvas 40 x 50 cm  for background, on which I’ve painted 4 elements: fire, earth, air and water. I’ve made elements in columns as the frame for their associated sign. Little remainder: Fire (Aries, Leo, Sagittarius) – Earth (Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn) – Air (Gemini, Libra, Aquarius) – Water (Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces).

I used 12 little canvases 10×10 cm to paint each zodiac sign. When dry, I hot-glued them to the big canvas.





Helix Nebula – acrylic painting

Helix nebula
Helix nebula, 40×50 cm

The eye through which I see God is the same eye through which God sees me; my eye and God’s eye are one eye, one seeing, one knowing, one love.

Sermons of Meister Eckhart

Third piece from series of painting  Nebulae. This  nebula, known also as God’s eye nebula is maybe one of the most popular occurrences in the space.

It seems appropriate to show this painting trough these coming  days: Day of the Dead, Halloween, All saints,  All souls day, Samhain… Days when we remember our dead, think about our mortality and higher purpose in life. Days when we look above us to reach out to our God, Creator, Universe and HE looks upon us. Days when we transcend eerie sense of prescence to holy union of souls.

About the painting:

This painting was made with dry brush technique, as described in article about painting the Seahorse Nebula  and  Eagle Nebula.

I’ve panted the canvas black and added circles of blue shades – grading from lighter in the middle to darker to the end of circle. Than, while still wet, I’ve pulled the brush firmly over the circle to create rays. I kept adding other colors (white, yellow, orange, red)  with circular movements of brush to create hazy look of gases. Finally I splashed white color with wide flat wet brush, to create stars.




Someone told me that it is easy for me to write a blog when it is not personal.

Do you really think that showing my art isn’t personal? Can’t you se it?

Can’t you see that in very piece of that is a pice of my soul?

Than you are blind. More blind than you could ever be, even though you are given the gift of sight.

I have shown you, it is yours to see.


See the signs, read the signs


Looking at the paintings of “Natural phenomena” series, it came to me that each brings strong symbolism and deeper meaning that can be linked to tarot and runes. From the beginning of time, our ancestors worshiped and feared great forces of nature. They personified them and made them Gods or spirits. They bring archetypal meaning deeply imprinted in our collective conciseness.

The whole idea started to envelope when I stumbled upon the tarot card “Tower” on the internet. It instantly reminded me of the meteor  painting. So I started to ruminate over other paintings and their correlation to tarot or rune.

I will use Raider-Waite deck for this post because It is best known deck even amongst people that don’t share interest in occult or esoteric. Pictures are shown in increasing order by  numbers of Major Arcana  cards. (The deck I use for my personal meditation and contemplation is  Arthurian tarot by Anna-Marie Ferguson Legend-arthurian tarot, which embodies mysterious appeal of tarot and dark age legends likewise. Oh, and dragons, too). Runes are elder futhark.

Those are my associations, I’m sure that there are plenty of different opinions how to match tarot cards with runes, let alone this paintings.

8-Volcano eruption –Strength-Uruz – Leo

Volcano is strong and unpredictable force, often used to describe someone temperamental, like the lion, untamed beast.  When lion is tamed he is warm, timid and cuddly, but always keeping his wild side inside-like magma boiling inside the sleeping volcano. Eruption of volcano is destructive force, but when lava hardens it creates. It can heal. It’s ash nourishes the soil. Volcanos gases form planet’s atmosphere – it basically gives us life. Uruz symbolises life force, endurance, formation, healing, manifestation –  and so embodies all concepts of Volcano and tarot card Strength. And zodiac sign Leo – bold and strong and passionate.

9- Aurora Borealis – The Hermit- Isa -Virgo

If we look at northern lights in the sense of spiritual lights and search, then The hermit becomes obvious. Isa means ice and signifies coldness, isolation, stillness, but it urges you to move forward, because If you don’t find your way out, you will be dead. Death can be spiritual, emotional, not just physical. It’s like the hermit card in some aspects. The Virgo – rational and patient, enduring but wise and kind.  General message of this trio is to dive into coldness end isolation to emerge enlightened.  

10- Long as I can see the light – Wheel of fortune – Perthro – Jupiter

Few man need Fortuna like the sailors, for ages they are toys of Faith. Every journey depends on wheel of fortune, as in life. Sometimes the see is still and beautiful and sometimes is wild and dangeros. Perthro is the rune of fate, luck, unknown, universal law of cause and effect. The wheel of fortune rotates infinitely and no one knows for sure what future brings.  And what will the planet of luck, Jupiter’s constellations bring.

13 – Solar eclipse– Death-Ansuz -Scorpio

I named this painting sun is hiding – because the sun is there, it is only transitional state, and darkness passes. Tarot card  Death is similar. It’s ominous look is frightening, but the key concept of this card is beginning through ending, change, transformation, transition. Ansuz also speaks of transition, ancestors, transformation.  Like the Scorpio, that mysterious, dark, yet deep and warm sign – changeable and transformational in its nature. So I think that the general theme here is change, life cycles- the necessity to get rid of what is no longer useful and begin the new chapter in our life.

16- Universe strikes (meteor impact) – The tower – Fehu-Mars, Uranus

Oooh, The tower! – I think that most of us thinks that when that card appears in the reading. It is card of destruction – like Uranus its planet ruler – or like meteor impact.  They all bring chaos, shock, they are sudden and unpredicted. They drastically and swiftly sake you to the bones. But! This is not necessarily bad, it makes you question your beliefs, like death (and it is linked to Death card – Scorpio whose ruling planets are Mars and Uranus) – and brings change. Although Fefu is mostly seen like positive rune, it also brings the concept of new beginnings, failure, and energy – matching the tower meaning. 

18 – Blue moon – The moon –Laguz -Cancer

The moon is mysterious and deep, signifies intuition, psychic powers and deep emotions. It also evokes illusion and dreams. Like the Laguz rune. Moon being the ruling planet of zodiac sign cancer, gives that moonchild all that gifts (and sometimes burdens)., and makes it volatile like moon phases.  Being cancer myself, I know that Moon, oh so well.


Secluded place

I love the changing of the seasons.

When the old season relinquish the throne to the new ruler, leaving behind only traces of the old reign.

And the new lord just came with the new wind, not yet establishing his court.

Time when two spirits intertwine, each bringing its on quintessence.

Time to embrace new things in life and let go of the ones that no longer serve us.

Time for soul searching in solitude in the secluded place.

I took some photos of this magical time of year when spring harbingers bashfully foreshadowing awakening of the sleeping Nature.  


Kundalini rising (Twin flames)

Kundalini rising (Twin flames)

 Soul mates recognise one another’s vibration. They instantly fuse to the life force that surrounds their core of being.
― Truth Devour, Unrequited

Music theme: Light My Fire – The Doors

A picture paints a thousand words so I won’t go in details about the circumstances that led to the creation of this painting. It’s sweet and… well, personal so I would like to keep it hidden and safe.

But I will share the process of creation with you, with enthusiasm as usual :).

I took one big canvas and seven small ones, then put some  gloss gel medium directly onto big canvas.

Then, I squeezed some black and ultramarine blue and smeared it with the pallet knife. I added some fluorescent white and splashes of gold as well.

Adhering small canvases and painting them with colours I made 7 chakras. I added glass beads and painted them, so they can, along with splashes, represent bursts of energy.

Finally, with hot glue I made two serpents intertwined, meeting each other.


So, this is how I see Kundalini rising and Twin flames:


Heaven, Hell and Holy Bible – acrylic painting

Heaven and Hell, 30×24 cm

This is one of my favorite pieces, made for someone very dear to me. And, in a way, inspired by that person.

I stared with two smaller paintings.

First one was the angel representing Heaven. I used sea shells as wings. The angel’s robe is made with structure paste.


Second one, hellfire, representing Hell, of corse.  Sea urchin teeth work out very well as devil’s horns. Fire is made with thick layers of paint applied with pallet knife.


I affixed two small canvases on bigger one.  Hot-glued piece of printed picture of the old Bible, played around with glue to make embossed shapes.

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Finally, I laid down some black, burnt sienna, some brownish and metallic paints and he painting was done.


Final thought on the theme :

Bible, John 13:36 

Simon Peter said to him, “Lord, where are you going?”

Jesus answered him, “Where I am going you cannot follow me now, but you will follow afterward.”