This hybrid child came to play with me energetically, AS I painted his image – he was the first to teach me that the ‘father’ of any hybrid child we may have (as a woman) can even be a person you never met in real life (and that there can be multiple fathers to one child as well). I got this in the days after finishing this painting, through dream-downloads. It appears to me as if – painting any higher dimensional being – in some instances – can fuction as the secret opening of a door into their world. And as if the ‘allowing them to come through’ in this way – allows many doors on other levels to open up simultaneously for us as well (e.g. in dreamtime, as OBE’s or via other types of inspiration).
This one-of-a-kind canvas has colour painted all the way around the edges, so it does not need an additional wooden frame around it. As I often do, I choose to work with deep blue colours. Not only do I love blue (one of my favorites is ‘Expert SRS/PHTHALO BLUE’ by the brand of ‘Amsterdam’ acrylics) but it also resonates (as a symbol) with the throat chakra. Inviting us to be open, calm and transparent about what we believe to be true for ourselves. Looking back at childhood memories, we energetically blend the image we had of ourselves as a child – with how we see ourselves now (as adults). I personally believe that we ‘come into this world’ very wise already. Looking ‘back’ to such moments opens the doorway for us to truly tune in with our inner child, which (in my imagination) silently observes us in our ‘adult’ ways, until it is invited back in to play. For me – painting, or ‘visually translating energies from other worlds’ is one of the most natural ways to express myself as an artist. I love how an idea can be born ‘from the inside’ and then be ‘transfrerred onto’ a canvas (by the means of some hand-motions, water and pigments). I love how an ‘idea’ can take shape that way. This process will always continue to mystify me, and I feel grateful to be able to play in this manner in my life.
After enjoying it for several years on the walls in my own home – I’ve decided to let this painting go, to whoever loses their heart to it.
Please reach out through the contact form – if you wish to adopt this piece into your heart and home.